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  • Atomic Cafe

    3100 Airway Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Blends

    2930 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Cafecito Organico

    2930 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Cosi

    901 S. Coast Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626

    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 >>

  • Diedrich Coffee

    1170 W. Baker St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Picnics

    435 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Portola Coffee Lab

    Portola Coffee Lab

    3313 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Ritual JuiceBox

    2937 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Sidecar Doughnuts and Coffee

    270 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Surfas Culinary District

    Surfas Culinary District

    3309 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-453-2665 Surfas Culinary District is a market in Costa Mesa. Take a Williams-Sonoma, mix it up with a Costco, add a dash of Smart & Final, season it with a little bit of Whole Foods, and you have Surfas. At its core, the place is a food hobbyist’s toy store where some major coin can be dropped on professional-grade equipment and supplies. Every conceivable gadget and doodad a chef, baker or restaurateur could ever need is here, from fancy cocktail skewers with those cute curlicue tops to a gigantic commercial mixer with a dough hook large enough to be mistaken for one of the Queen Mary’s propeller blades. Surfas also has a restaurant, which is a destination in and of itself, that makes one of the better burgers in the county. This is a serious adult burger—a burger that utilizes no less than a Kobe beef patty cooked to spec, stung with just the right amount of Point Reyes blue cheese, a measured smear of horseradish mayo, fistfuls of arugula, red onion and a slice of tomato. All of it is hugged by a shiny, well-toasted challah bun well-suited for the messy, juicy characteristics of the sandwich. It’s kind of expensive at nearly $13 a pop, but worthy. More >>