A Guide to Larchmont Coffee Shops
Breathing new life into a wing of the historic Keystone building, Groundwork is one of the most aesthetically gifted coffee shops in Larchmont Village, given its warm earthy tones set against minimalistic white and exposed brick walls, live edge tabletops, vibrant plants, fresh baked goods, and tantalizing aroma of gourmet java that’s been diligently roasted in house. The attention to detail that has gone into designing this bohemian abode with a delightful balance of charm and utility makes it an easy go-to for daytime meetings with colleagues, long overdue coffee dates, and solo study sessions.
Near and dear to the heart of the village, Go Get Em Tiger offers guests a dreamy atmosphere with several seating arrangements, cute red light fixtures, and one super-long coffee bar meant to encourage bar-style interaction. The whimsical decor serves as an accomplice to thoughtfully crafted, rewardingly delicious coffee beverages made using house-roasted beans, as well as avocado toasts, breakfast burritos, sandwiches, and more tasty eats.
Located just North of Beverly Blvd, Bricks and Scones provides patrons a relaxed yet refined culinary experience accentuated by fantastic brunch fare ranging from toasts and salads to burritos and sandwiches to scrumptious pastries baked on-site daily. Whether you’d like to settle into a cozy corner and appreciate the company of loved ones over a steamy cup of joe, dine al fresco with your furry four-legged companion on the picturesque garden patio, or peacefully study amidst the familiar comforts of a reliable neighborhood gathering place, whatever the case may be, Bricks and Scones has got you covered.
If you truly love and appreciate the art of java, search no further than Alibi, which can be found snuggled amongst the storefronts lining an unassuming strip mall on Melrose and is passionate about intentionally roasting the world’s finest beans in-house. Furthermore, they’ve got a quaint lounge area with several stools and an outdoor deck where guests can mingle with friends.
Peet’s maintains a reliable work and gathering environment that features tables to sit down at and stay awhile, there’s also a lovely sidewalk terrace shaded by umbrellas. The founder, Alfred Peet, wasn’t trying to start a coffee revolution when he set up shop in Berkeley back in 1966. He just thought Americans deserved a real cup of coffee.
Five decades later, his lone store has since blossomed into 200, each holding true to his vision: sourcing directly from the world’s finest estates, hand roasting to order in small batches, and making sure every cup is brewed as fresh and full-flavored as possible.
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