Music Genre

Club/Venue

Date

Artist

Coffee Shops Directory

27 Search Results
Display results per page
All # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1 | 2 | Next Page >>
  • Cafe 109

    109 North Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-425-2560

  • Cafe Affaire

    434 Normandy Ave. Placentia, CA 92870
    714-524-1135

    http://www.cafeaffaire.com

  • Cafe Amore

    Cafe Amore

    184 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-533-2233

  • Cafe Cup

    5930 Warner Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92649

  • Cafe De Thuong

    14044 Magnolia St. Westminster, CA 92683
    714-898-1701

  • Cafe Tourane

    12460 Euclid St. Garden Grove, CA 92840
    714-867-6125

    http://www.cafetourane.com

  • Cafe Vista Del Lago

    27762 Vista Del Lago Mission Viejo, CA 92692-1137
    949-380-9693

  • Cafecito Organico

    2930 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Caffe Caldo

    21070 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-960-1100

  • Cha FOR TEA

    Cha FOR TEA

    5720 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-668-5100

    http://www.chafortea.com Liquid refreshment makes up most of the extensive menu at Cha for Tea, and the high point may be the lilac-hued, creamy taro-milk tea. Even the food at Cha features notes of tea. The subtle tea-flavored minced pork and the tender, stew-like, tea-flavored beef are served with your choice of rice, egg noodles, or salad, and two sides of the day. More >>

  • Choco-Latte

    840 The City Drive S. Orange, CA 92868
    714-663-8144

  • Chuck

    Chuck's Coffee Shop

    4120 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-433-9317

  • Cinnamon Productions Bakery Cafe

    45 Auto Center Dr Foothill Ranch, CA 92610
    949-382-7900

    http://www.cinnamonproductions.com Full bakery and cafe serving light sandwiches, salads, and all the regular sweet treats. More >>

  • Cinnamon Productions Bakery Cafe

    647 Camino De Los Mares San Clemente, CA 92673
    949-218-8232

    http://www.cinnamonproductions.com Full bakery and cafe serving light sandwiches, salads, and all the regular sweet treats. More >>

  • Class 302 Taiwanese Cafe

    Class 302 Taiwanese Cafe

    18090 Culver Drive Irvine, CA 92612
    949-552-0555

    http://www.class302.com You’re sitting in a wooden school desk. There’s a cubbyhole for stowing your books and an indentation carved at the top so that your pencil doesn’t roll off the edge. Above you, on a large green chalkboard are scribbled Mandarin characters and cartoons. Bright construction-paper posters and various kiddie-toy bric-a-brac are stapled to the walls. Your server wears knee-high black stockings, a pleated skirt and a green schoolgirl uniform. The meal she just dropped off is in an honest-to-goodness lunch tin. You are in Class 302, the first Orange County sequel of the hit Rowland Heights eatery that has stumbled into a previously untapped market: people who have fond memories of their Taiwanese grade-school experience and want to relive it in a restaurant. More >>

  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    200 Main St. Huntington Beach, CA 92648

    Founded in Brentwood, California in 1963, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a true coffee and tea joint that focuses on hot drinks and not on sweets and pastries. Nonfat and soy-derived flavors are emphasized, signature decafs like Tropical Passion and Swedish Berries are brewed daily, and this may be the only place in Orange County where one can order a Strawberries and Cream Tea Latte straight off the daily menu, which is filled with the usual chocolate- and caramel-infused teas and coffees besides. The company brags about its close relationships with private farms and plantations, and after five decades of growth is the nation's largest privately held specialty coffee and tea retailer. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is easy to find on Voice Places. More >>

  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    2783 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92705
    714-667-7840

    http://www.coffeebean.com Founded in Brentwood, California in 1963, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a true coffee and tea joint that focuses on hot drinks and not on sweets and pastries. Nonfat and soy-derived flavors are emphasized, signature decafs like Tropical Passion and Swedish Berries are brewed daily, and this may be the only place in Orange County where one can order a Strawberries and Cream Tea Latte straight off the daily menu, which is filled with the usual chocolate- and caramel-infused teas and coffees besides. The company brags about its close relationships with private farms and plantations, and after five decades of growth is the nation's largest privately held specialty coffee and tea retailer. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is easy to find on Voice Places. More >>

  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    71 Fortune Drive Irvine, CA 92618
    949-453-1815

    http://www.coffeebean.com Founded in Brentwood, California in 1963, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a true coffee and tea joint that focuses on hot drinks and not on sweets and pastries. Nonfat and soy-derived flavors are emphasized, signature decafs like Tropical Passion and Swedish Berries are brewed daily, and this may be the only place in Orange County where one can order a Strawberries and Cream Tea Latte straight off the daily menu, which is filled with the usual chocolate- and caramel-infused teas and coffees besides. The company brags about its close relationships with private farms and plantations, and after five decades of growth is the nation's largest privately held specialty coffee and tea retailer. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is easy to find on Voice Places. More >>

  • Coffee Code

    Coffee Code

    7855 La Palma Ave. Buena Park, CA 90620
    714-736-0037

    Coffee Code is a Buena Park coffeehouse in the shadow of Knott’s Berry Farm. Its strong point is its broad menu of drinks that don't hit the wallet too hard. The Eiskaffe is the most popular of its signature creations. Order it, and a server will bring you a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a coffee cup, pouring a potent espresso over it. The sweet-potato latte also beckons the curious. There's a wider array of choices for the noncaffeinated than at most such establishments. The green-apple slush tastes like a syrupy, liquefied Jolly Rancher, perfect for those who don't want to stay up until all hours of the night staring at the ceiling. For the sake of decadence, add a dessert, such as the whip-creamed waffles. As a coffeehouse, Coffee Code wins presentation points for both latte art and ambiance. Korean pop playing from a mounted flat screen sets the mood; a cushy couch is the best seat to secure in the house. More >>

  • Coffee Fix

    Coffee Fix

    12508 Moorpark St. Studio City, CA 91604
    818-762-0181

    http://www.myspace.com/coffeefix

  • Coffee Haven

    1708 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-3785

  • The Coffee Nest

    2411 W. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-226-0940

  • Coffee, Tea & Tulips

    Coffee, Tea & Tulips

    25280 Marguerite Parkway Mission Viejo, CA 92692
    949-587-9988

    http://www.mycoffeeteaandtulips.com You want afternoon tea without spending a small fortune? Come here to get your fill of quiches, sandweeches (its spelling, not ours), scones, and all the loose-leaf brew you can drink. More >>

  • Cosi

    901 S. Coast Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-957-6191

    Corner Bakery has nothing on Cosi, a chain that makes its name on flatbreads they turn into pizzas as well as sandwiches. Take the salmon salad if you want something light. For croutons, it offers clusters of almond that could double as dessert, but it works. Chase it with soups that taste like something an actual person made with care. Panera, you got something to learn here. More >>

  • Crave Restaurant and Cafe

    Crave Restaurant and Cafe

    410 W. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701
    714-907-0063

    http://www.crave410.com Crave Restaurant in downtown Santa Ana sells sandwiches. And as word gets around that Crave is Café Chiarini resurrected, the lunch-time queue will get longer and longer. The food is cribbed crumb-for-crumb from Café Chiarini’s menu. The sourdough is the basis for almost all that you consume—this is bread for the ages. Baked by Chef Judy Fleenor and supplied in excess, it has a crunchy outer crust mottled golden, shiny as though it were buffed with Turtle Wax. The tangy interior fluff inside is as moist as cake. Sit down and they give you a basket of it with butter. Order a soup and you get at least two more crusty hunks to rip and dip in the liquid. And, of course, there are the sandwiches, which—because the bread is hand-sliced—can be comically oversized at times, but great always. More >>

1 | 2 | Next Page >>
Loading...