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This is one of the few restaurants in LA that offers a variety of breakfast tacos. It’s a nice, cozy cafe with delicious coffee, run by this woman from Texas. There’s a lot of seating inside and outside, and if you go by yourself you can just sit at the counter. You can get anything from the Pecos, scrambled eggs with some brisket, to Neches, which is fried beans with eggs and cheese. They’re served with fresh flour tortillas, which is the traditional way for a breakfast taco in Texas, they say.
Take a handmade flour tortilla and spoon in silky scrambled eggs and brisket, and add the green salsa.
Hipster Austin transplant. Tacos, que so, and chips. Gréât for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Often a line, but it moves quickly.
HomeState is a locals' favorite that offers up Tex-Mex tacos and chips + queso. It's a great option of breakfast or lunch.
“One of the best wine bars in the nation and a really good spot to get some light snacks as well.”
“One of the many great coffee shops in the neighborhood, breakfast & lunch options as well, and an awesome patio space for chilling out or getting a little work done. ”
“Featured in the film "Swingers," this throwback lounge offers classic Continental eats & live music.”
“One of the few art deco, single-screen movie theaters left in town. It's really fun to see a movie here! Also, you could check out Downtown Independent, which screens independent films.”
“With plenty of space for laptop warriors, this shop offers the best of LA: quality Four Barrel espresso, friendly baristas, and an airy room perfect for conversation (or mobile work). ”