The Daily Dose

Café
$ $
1820 Industrial St (btwn Mill & Mateo St)
Los Angeles, CA 90021
(213) 281-8300
Monday
7:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
7:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday
9:00am - 4:00pm

Tips

  • Always get something that includes jam, jelly, or another sauce handmade by Sarkis (just about everything!)
  • A quick pick me up!
  • Hands-down best coffee in the 'hood. Intelligentsia coffee and amazing sandwiches. Easily the best cappuccino as well.
  • me n my friends had a great lunch here absolutely wonderful spot! this *dog friendly* beautiful cafe has delicious sandwiches. - the farmer, the taylor, grilled cheese, the butcher were so good
  • Urban oasis. Great place to work and meet people. Sun shines in ~1-3pm
  • The outside seating area is really nice but the food is poor and expensive.
  • The mocha Nutella latte is amazing!
  • They made a greens drink to order for me. I think it was the owner who did it too. Great service! It's pretty awesome sitting outside in the small brick alley too.
  • Order the "farmer" sand
  • The Farmer is one of the most ridiculously amazing vegetarian sandwiches anywhere.
  • The seating is magical!
  • Any breakfast Sarkis makes is going to be amazing. In fact let him make you whatever he is feelin.
  • Walk down and check out joe's market as you wait for your food to slowly cook to deliciuosness
  • Outstanding coffee, but you will wait forever for it. This is a leisurely Sunday spot, not a get your coffee and get to a meeting on time spot.
  • Get the Disco Orange Juice or the Disco Lemonade. Like crack.
  • Not quite open yet, but been to some of their supper clubs and events. Dynamite food! And good for you too!
  • The farmers market sandwich is perhaps my favorite sandwich in the entire world.
  • You'll never appreciate cheese more after having the Guildsmith sandwich.
  • Youre looking at the few picnic tables of this caf where you can get healthy fare includingkale bowls, yam salads and smoked wild salmon with hollandaise. Dont miss the kick-ass espresso.
  • Tucked away into an alley in Arts District, the breakfasts here are both hearty and nutritious. The margot sandwich is a classic, mixing scrambled eggs with feta, avocado, and jalapeno on a baguette.

Nearby places

806 S Santa Fe Ave
714 Traction Ave (at Hewitt St)
1855 Industrial St