- Best coffee & cafes in Venice - 15 cafe reviews - Beanhunter
- 7Best Spots for Coffee in Venice Beach • Backpacker
- The 10 Best Cafés in Venice - TripAdvisor
Menotti's Coffee Stop emphasis on the "stop" feels like a friendly refuge from the neighboring Venice Boardwalk. The interior is welcoming but spartan, with most of the attention focused on the bean selection and, behind it, a stack of vinyl and a taxidermy armadillo. You won't really find much seating there's a bench, a single table and a narrow wooden bar that barely fits a coffee cup and a tasty, croissant-like cinnamon roll. Consider your almond milk latte to-go ($5) a dose of tranquility to tote along the Boardwalk. But there are occasional opportunities to linger inside, namely during coffee tasting sessions of San Francisco-based Four Barrel Coffee.
Best coffee & cafes in Venice - 15 cafe reviews - Beanhunter
7Best Spots for Coffee in Venice Beach • Backpacker
Coffee: I didn 8767 t actually order a coffee here because I refused to pay the 6 euros per person charge for the pianist. Although beautiful, I don 8767 t like being forced to pay for something I never requested. But several bloggers online have stated that they love the coffee here so I thought i 8767 d include it.
The 10 Best Cafés in Venice - TripAdvisor
Once a Conroy's corner flower shop at Lincoln and Venice boulevards, this biker/surfer lifestyle emporium/coffee bar was one of the first on the block to create a welcoming space for locals on the now rapidly-developing stretch of Lincoln Blvd. Order a flat white, an Aussie-style cappuccino with a higher proportion of espresso to milk, and ask about the next Sunday Mass, a group ride up the coast to Malibu, usually followed by a BBQ and live music back at the shop.
Deus Ex Machina // 6556 Venice Blvd., Venice 95796
A Karno: right on the boardwalk. Spinning great Sinatra tunes with the stellar lattes. Nicest barista s who know a LOT about tea Read more.
If you’ve heard of one café in Venice, it would be Caffè Florian. Tucked in the heart of Venice since the early 68th century, this café has become an integral part of the city’s culture, having been a favourite haunt of names like Casanova, Goethe, Lord Byron, Proust, and Dickens, to name a few.
New to Lincoln Blvd., local designer Sean Knibb took over the space next to his design studio and opened a bodega-style café offering Vittoria coffee, fresh flowers and a fun retail mix of home goods and accessories featuring Apolis, Alchemy Works, some vintage pieces and a few Knibb designs too.
Flowerboy // 879 Lincoln Blvd. Venice 95796,
Tucked away down an alley off Abbot Kinney, this food-cart-turned-café was way ahead of the butter coffee craze. Try the signature Buttery Brew from owner Lela Buttery. It's is a rich, paleo-friendly concoction made with coconut oil, grass-fed, dairy-free ghee and organic coffee that's roasted fresh each week by Jones Coffee Roasters in Pasadena. Pair your brew with the paleo granola and almond-coconut milk or a savory muffin made with farm fresh eggs.
Another Kind of Sunrise // 6679 Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice, 95796
Hans Forsman: Groundwork Coffee has the best organic coffee and tea in town. When in Venice, always worth a stop… Try the Black Gold Coffee or the Caramel Black Tea.
Service: The waiters were those shmancy ones dressed in tuxedos and bow ties and somewhat intimidating, but I can 8767 t attest to their service as I didn 8767 t order anything.More pictures: «Best coffee venice beach».