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  • Kelly's Coffee & Fudge

    275 W. Birch St. Brea, CA 92821

  • Kelly's Coffee and Fudge

    21 Aquarium Way Long Beach Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Knafeh Cafe

    Knafeh Cafe

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

    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

  • Kona Coffee & Juice

    7808 W. Orangethorpe Ave. Buena Park, CA 90621

  • La Caffia

    555 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802

  • La Habra Heights Cafe

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

  • La Habra Mexican Cafe

    1180 S. Idaho St. La Habra, CA 90631

  • Laceo Cafe

    500 Newport Center Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660-7002

  • Larry's Donut & Coffee Shop

    1509 N. Kraemer Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92806-1408

  • Latte Da Bagelery

    751 S. Weir Canyon Road Anaheim, CA 92808

  • Layer Cake Bakery

    4250 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92604

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien

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

  • The Library

    3418 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90803-5907

  • Logo's Cafe

    3000 W. Macarthur Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92704-6916

  • Lollicup

    3533 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869-3854

  • Lollicup Coffee & Tea

    2700 Alton Parkway Irvine, CA 92604

  • Lollicup Tea Zone

    14805 Jeffrey Road Irvine, CA 92618

  • Lost Bean Organic Coffee & Tea

    13011 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780-3524

  • Main Street Cafe & Grille

    1728 Harbor Way Seal Beach, CA 90740-5730

  • Mangiamo Gelato Caffe

    9430 Warner Ave. Fountain Valley, CA 92708

  • Mariner

    Mariner's Coffee Shop

    2606 Avon St. Newport Beach, CA 92663

  • Market House

    1313 Disneyland Dr. Anaheim, CA 92802

    You've no doubt heard that Howard Schultz' Starbucks has finally infiltrated Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom. Well this is it. Market House is Starbucks. And for all intents, it IS a Starbucks. It serves the same drinks as Starbucks. Has the same pastries as Starbucks. It even has those pre-packaged salads that you've never seen anyone order at Starbucks. But then there's something quite different here. The baristas are all in period garb, and the prices are jacked up to airport prices. But hey when you need your Venti soy Frap you need your Venti soy Frap, even here on what's supposed to be a turn-of-the-century street. And hey! They accept Annual Passport discounting. A Starbucks everywhere you turn? Now that's Tomorrowland! More >>

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