This second outpost of popular Larchmont coffee shop Go Get Em TIger has everything we like about the original and more. The coffee is as good as ever and the food is interesting, but the space is bigger and there’s a giant patio out front filled with actors rehearsing lines for their self-funded short films. As well as their legendary waffles, the Los Feliz location more food options - be healthy with a grain bowl, and less so with an excellent chicken sandwich. If you can leave without something from the pastry case, you’ve got more discipline than us.
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