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  • Ink & Bean Coffee Saloon and Wordshop

    Ink & Bean Coffee Saloon and Wordshop

    155 W Ctr St Promenade Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-635-2326

    www.inkandbeancoffee.com

  • It

    It's A Grind

    247 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-495-7100

    http://www.itsagrind.com

  • It

    It's a Grind Coffee House

    4245 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA 90807
    562-981-0028

    http://www.itsagrind.com

  • It

    It's a Grind Coffee House

    24801 Alicia Parkway, Site C Laguna Hills, CA 92653
    949-837-8300

    http://www.itsagrind.com

  • Janny's Donuts

    92 Corporate Park Irvine, CA 92606
    949-660-1807

    There are donut shops all over this great land. Crullers, cake, plain and jelly-filled: Janny's does it all well and for pittance. The oil they use seems fresher than other lesser fried dough purveyors, and thus results in a cleaner tasting donut. Their greatest contribution to breakfast, however, remains their ham and cheese croissant, a flaky thing of cured pork bliss--just the kind of thing you'll regret eating this early in the morning but so filling you'll probably want to skip lunch. More >>

  • Kathy May's Lakeview Cafe

    6622 Lakeview Drive Huntington Beach, CA 92648

  • Kéan Coffee

    Kéan Coffee

    2043 Westcliff Dr Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-642-5326

    http://www.keancoffee.com Kéan-as all java junkies already know-is Martin Diedrich's indie coffee house, which has now taken over a Newport Beach spot for its third location. The news seems even more sweetly karmic when you realize that this Starbucks used to be a Diedrich before the buyout. As with its Newport Beach location, the star of the room is a custom-made contraption that looks like a Franklin stove equipped with Space Shuttle parts and a touch-screen console. This progeny of HAL 9000 and a stand mixer is responsible for custom roasting all the beans for the brews you'll drink. The coffee is featured in other permutations of hot and cold elixirs. The Grasshopper, one of their signature hot drinks, is scented with nostril-tickling mint, which can be smelled in the updraft but not tasted in the liquid. The shakes are whirred with chocolate ice cream, with the coffee dosage measured in varying strengths, depending on what you order. The non-coffee shakes are delicious, especially the Orange Dreamsicle. More >>

  • Kelly's Coffee and Fudge

    21 Aquarium Way Long Beach Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-1300

  • Knafeh Cafe

    Knafeh Cafe

    2941 W. Ball Road Anaheim, CA 92804
    714-442-0044

    http://www.knafehcafe.com Knafeh Cafe is a Middle Eastern bakery that has been the go-to spot in Little Arabia since opening earlier this year, with Middle Easterners of all ethnicities and religions flocking to the increasingly pretty strip mall that hosts it and the fabulous Iraqi restaurant Al Tannour. The knafeh is what largely draws people in, made fresh every morning and displayed on a tray that empties by midmorning, gets refilled, and then gets emptied again. But the dive isn’t just the sum of its namesake; it’s the best Middle Eastern bakery in the county, offering the expected (you’ll find more styles of baklava here than you even knew existed) and the somewhat-known (the maamouls, sugar cookies stuffed with a spread of—take your pick—walnuts, dates or pistachios), as well as multiple specials that skip across the Levantine, from Jordan to Syria, Lebanon to Palestine, where family members own a bakery legendary for its own knafeh. What to get? Everything—and go every day, as the bakers make said specials according to how they feel. They also offer Turkish coffee, cappuccinos, espresso, a selection of tea, smoothies, blended mocha and chai drinks with wireless Internet access. More >>

  • Koffee Klatch

    Koffee Klatch

    1440 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-376-6867

    Koffee Klatch in Laguna Beach is a snug spot off PCH that attracts most of the town's tribes: surfers and gay folks, the elder and the tourists, rich and working class, all ready to get wired on their wonderful espresso. Best time to show up is in the afternoon, long after the lines died down but the place is still bustling—just don't trip on any of the bikes lined up outside. More >>

  • Kokolo 153

    3203 N. Glassell St. Orange, CA 92865
    714-685-9155

  • La Caffia

    555 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-491-2005

  • La Habra Heights Cafe

    2461 W. Whittier Blvd. La Habra, CA 90603
    562-690-4870

    http://www.lahabraheightscafe.com La Habra Heights Cafe’s owner and staff are Mexican, which makes their tweaks to American standards not only delightful, but delicious. Their carne asada omelet, for instance, isn’t just a nod to Latino customers but perfect—egg fluffed to a wispy heartiness, cheese oozing off of it, with carne asada chunks worthy of a 2 a.m. burrito from Albatros. The ribeye steak breakfast plate is quintessential diner nostalgia, but even better is the machaca breakfast plate, which is just as American at this point in our Southern Californian lives. And what signifies the melding of the old and new OC and LA better than a breakfast burrito? Here, they’re large enough to put in a swaddling cloth. More >>

  • Layer Cake Bakery

    4250 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92604
    949-786-0223

    http://www.layercakebakery.com

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien

    401 Newport Center Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-287-5592

    http://www.lepainquotidien.us The bakery is the first OC outlet of a Belgian brand that has penetrated every corner of the world and just about every neighborhood in LA that can afford it. It figures it chose deep-pocketed Newport Beach for its seminal location, even if the tony outdoor mall already has bakery with Pain in the name. Le Pain Quotidien also thumbs its nose at La Brea Bakery, which does business directly across the courtyard. It doesn't seem to worry about the competition nor care its prices could be considered expensive for what amounts to the Eurozone version of a Corner Bakery. The almond meringue-- oval-shaped and resembling a Nerf football, with the same foamy lightness--crumbles to dust just by looking at it. A Belgian brownie, as rich as a regular ol' American one but not as cloyingly sweet, gets baked into the shape of a tart and melts with the consistency of fudge. A chocolate chip cookie shares the width of a Frisbee and is uniformly thin--as crispy and buttery on the edges as it is at the center. And yes, the pain au chocolate is decadently filled and the croissants crackle as they should beneath the teeth. It would be best, however, to forget, if for a moment, what income bracket you belong to when you come. More >>

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    1103 Newport Center Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660
    212-359-9000

    http://www.lepainquotidien.com

  • The Library

    3418 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90803-5907
    562-433-2393

    http://www.thelibraryacoffeehouse.com

  • Lollicup Coffee & Tea

    2700 Alton Parkway Irvine, CA 92604
    949-679-8885

    http://www.lollicup.com

  • Mangiamo Gelato Caffe

    9430 Warner Ave. Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    714-962-4962

    http://www.mangiamogelatocaffe.com

  • Mariner

    Mariner's Coffee Shop

    2606 Avon St. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-650-3370

  • Max Bloom

    Max Bloom's Cafe Noir

    220 N. Malden Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-2600

    http://www.maxbloomscafenoir.com

  • McClain

    McClain's Coffeehouse

    817 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-5282

    http://www.mcclaincoffeehouse.com McClain's is a coffeehouse that resides near downtown Fullerton in an early-20th-century craftsman home that was formerly a Rock 'N Java. Though it boasts lots of cool pluses—good-lookin' baristas, live music, walls adorned with the work of local artists—the operation's heart is the large patio between the front of the building and Harbor Boulevard. A prime socializing zone, here is where small clans of people huddle around large tables under powerful space heaters and play rummy or backgammon while sipping quality Joe or smoking bogies or the occasional Sherlock Holmes pipe. Indie spots such as this one offer patrons the quality of corporate coffee with the pre-Hipstamatic ambiance of an alternative-music venue. There is a communal spirit on that porch that fosters friendly interaction between total strangers. McClain's is open till the wee hours of the morning, making it a perfect stop for revelers leaving the downtown bar area in need of a caffeine pick-me-up before work. More >>

  • Mead's Green Door Cafe

    642 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-771-8556

    http://www.meadsgreendoor.com

  • Mimi

    Mimi's Cafe

    4030 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92604-4742
    949-559-8840

    http://www.mimiscafe.com/Default.aspx

  • Mimi

    Mimi's Cafe

    18461 Brookhurst St. Fountain Valley, CA 92708-6705
    714-964-2533

    http://www.mimiscafe.com

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