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  • Viento y Agua Gallery

    Viento y Agua Gallery

    4007 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90814
    562-434-1182

    http://www.vientoyaguacoffeehouse.com Viento y Agua is one of those brilliant gems that make an urban neighborhood (especially in L.A. County) worth living in. Part coffee-shop, art gallery, music venue and restaurant, Viento y Agua still manages to exude a down-to-earth vibe among the cultural clutter and local art exhibited on its walls. At nights, a small stage comes to life, showcasing local musicians doing free concerts that make the famous Mexican mochas taste even better. Here, where it's small enough to feel like home but large enough so you won't get claustrophobic, you'll find yourself among Long Beach locals, from students to unemployed philosophers, all enjoying a great cup of coffee. More >>

  • Village Grind Coffeehouse

    443 E. 1st Street Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-4033

  • Volcano Tea House

    1065 Brea Mall Brea, CA 92821-5718
    714-256-8323

    Volcano Tea will make you any drink you want. Just tell them. Heck, just describe the idea of a drink, say, the milk and brown sugar concoction you remember loving some years ago at some place you forgot the name of in SGV, and the eager boba barista will go off and try to make a reasonable, if sometimes better facsimile. Volcano Tea would otherwise look like any other boba place in any other city. They do everything all other boba places do, and does it well enough that they'll give you an RFID tag that accrues points and free drinks the more you come back. And you will come back. More >>

  • Volcano Tea House

    13916 Brookhurst St. Garden Grove, CA 92843
    714-636-1300

    Volcano Tea will make you any drink you want. Just tell them. Heck, just describe the idea of a drink, say, the milk and brown sugar concoction you remember loving some years ago at some place you forgot the name of in SGV, and the eager boba barista will go off and try to make a reasonable, if sometimes better facsimile. Volcano Tea would otherwise look like any other boba place in any other city. They do everything all other boba places do, and does it well enough that they'll give you an RFID tag that accrues points and free drinks the more you come back. And you will come back. More >>

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