111 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in Los Angeles.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
Lodge Bread Co. is the best bakery in Culver City. And one of the best casual places to eat in all of Los Angeles.
Destroyer, a futuristic daytime spot in Culver City, has some of the most interesting food coming out of LA right now.
The second location of this iconic Cuban bakery is every bit as magical as the Burbank original.
Sycamore Kitchen might be the most affordable, quality brunch in Los Angeles.
The food at Triniti in Echo Park is like what you’d find in a fancy restaurant. Except you’re eating it in a coffee shop.
The arrival of Sidecar means Santa Monica's donut game just became legitimate.
Spoke Bicycle Cafe is an outdoor cafe and bike rental shop in Frogtown that you’ll want to visit even if you have no plans to ride a bike today.
All-day Venice spot Superba Food + Bread proves that sometimes sequels are better than the original.
You come to Cofax for three words: the breakfast burrito. It’s the only thing on the menu, and potentially one of the best in the city.
Konbi is a daytime Japanese spot in Echo Park that’s famous for an egg salad sandwich. But it’s everything else that makes this place special.
Friends & Family is an East Hollywood all-day cafe that’s about to become part of your everyday routine.
Sapp Coffee is a Thai Town coffee shop that serves a boat noodle soup you never knew you needed so badly.