Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Los Angeles

Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Los Angeles

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Whether you’re craving eggs, freshly baked pastries, or just need a great cup of coffee—stat—we’ve scoured Los Angeles for the best places to get the day started right.

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    Charles Babinski took home the second place prize in the Best Barista Championship overall, making him the second best barista in all of America. -- Superb via Foursquare
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    The finest and most exotic coffee. The slow extraction coffee prepared at your table is great! They use the oldest semi-automated coffee maker. Try the liquid center lollipops! -Vanessa Gonzalez, Laun -- Bravo via Foursquare
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    The presentation -- from the brewers they use and the sake bottles for iced coffee, to the overhead lighting and super-chic halogen siphon bar -- is pure wow. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    They have a farmers market....:-)every sunday:-)...B-)(Near the coffeehouse and music bands every friday:-)koooolB-)... -- Cole Cotes via Foursquare
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    After a night of drinking try the grilled cheese or, if you are feeling health-conscious, take a look at the many vegan and vegetarian options available. -- ZAGAT via Foursquare
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    By cheking-in on FB or FourSquare you get a free Cupcake! And they are so finger-linking yummy!!! (⌒▽⌒) -- Andre Cavalheiro via Foursquare
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    This is a place that I’ve gone to for 25 years for late, late night breakfast…like 1am. It's perfect for eggs, sausage, and a cup of coffee and total people watching. -Susan Feniger, Top Chef -- Bravo via Foursquare
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    Definitely the best turkish coffee in LA! Plus: serving with delicious&juicy turkish delight! Oh yunmy :) -- Eta Carinae via Foursquare
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    Alice's Egg Sandwich - a huge buttery bun with folds of well-done scrambled eggs and crips hashbrowns, with goat cheese, avocado and tomato slices -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    If you only want to purchase a drink & or pastries only (no food) just go to the line on the left side! Don't stand in the long line at the right side by the entrance. That's for people who want food! -- Josefa Laguna Ciccarelli via Foursquare
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    A great place to wait in line to drop $5 on a cup of coffee, then show off your MacBook and various Apple products. Like right now, for instance - you're reading this tip on your iPhone! Go you! -- Aristotle Dreher via Foursquare
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    Intelligentsia practices direct trade, which means they source their beans and tea directly from the growers. Their buyers cumulatively spend over 365 days a year “at source.” -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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