96 "Cafe/Bakery" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Forn Al Hara is a Lebanese bakery in Anaheim serving the kind of breakfast you’d drive very long distances to experience.
Le Mirage Pastry is a bakery in Anaheim that serves incredible Syrian ice cream.
Okayama Kobo is a Japanese bakery in downtown Anaheim that serves our favorite breakfast pastries in the city.
Valerie Confections is a cafe/bakery/chocolate shop in Historic Filipinotown that has something for everyone.
Bloom & Plume is a very colorful, very vibrant coffee shop in Historic Filipinotown.
Tactile Coffee is a specialty coffee shop in Historic Filipinotown with incredible drinks and... even better biscuits?
Gigi’s is a Cuban bakery and cafe in Historic Filipinotown with some of the best sandwiches and pastries in town.
Clark Street Bread’s first stand-alone bakery in Echo Park is bigger, better, and buttery-er.
Dank Donuts in Big Bear Lake makes breakfast foods so good, you’ll almost feel high.
Vive La Tarte in Silver Lake is like every other cafe in the area - which is to say, pretty damn good.
Tito’s Bakery is our go-to for Mexican baked goods in Long Beach - but their burritos are even better.
Tartine Sycamore is the latest installment of the Bay Area bakery’s LA takeover - and a fantastic lunch spot in Hollywood.
Bob’s Well Bread is a popular bakery in Los Alamos that’s filled with pastries, pizza, and, well ... bread.
Tan Hoang Huong Coffee and Sandwiches is a perfect Vietnamese spot for a quick lunch in Westminster.
Le Croissant Doré is an excellent French/Vietnamese bakery in Little Saigon with a very good bowl of bo kho (beef stew).