Dessert



Trying to find the best Desserts & Coffee in Los Angeles? 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like Alcove, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Le Pain Quotidien. We also help you find areas where Desserts & Coffee are prominent - the West Hollywood area, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Los Angeles's best.


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La Cienega Corridor
Sweet Lady Jane


Devoted diners flock to this 18-seat cafe for exceptionally creative desserts. Although triple berry cake is a local favorite, choices are extensive. Try a lemon tart, chocolate fudge blackout cake, or one of the many delectable cheesecakes or...  Read More




Located in the LA Farmer's Market in stall #450, Bob's Coffee and Doughnuts offers some of the finest doughnuts, tea, and premium coffee in all of LA. Kids will love the specialty doughnuts (dinosaurs and kitties), and the biggest draw is Bob’s...  Read More




This cafe with its adjoining bakery is an inviting place for a lingering weekend respite. The streetside patio affords excellent people-watching opportunities and is a sunny place ideal for sipping endless cups of notoriously strong coffee....  Read More


LAMILL Coffee Boutique


A wall of glass, lots of sleek surfaces, curvy upholstered chairs, and a bucolic mural add cachet to this stylish eatery. Known for serving excellent handcrafted coffees and teas (including Clover-made selections), the coffee boutique also...  Read More




French for "Daily Bread," this café and bakery features warm, inviting European ambience and is a favorite haunt of models and celebrities. Even so, the establishment is not out to set trends or attract a fashionable crowd; rather, its main...  Read More


Misto Caffe & Bakery


A quiet neighborhood establishment, Misto is popular with grandparents and young mothers, who adore taking a break from the day, sipping flavored coffees or teas on the patio, and chatting up a storm while their kids entertain themselves in the...  Read More


Diddy Riese
Photo courtesy of Gina Douglas Tarnacki


For dessert or a mid-day snack, head to Broxton Avenue at almost any time of the day, and you'll find a long line. No, it's not a line wrapping around the building for the latest electronic or to get into a hot nightclub. It consists of people -...  Read More




This reinvigorated 1920s coffee shop is a frequent morning hangout for area tourists, as well as for locals who know to snag a seat on the patio. A major draw is Cora's superb, if expensive, coffee – Illy is the brand of choice. If you're in...  Read More


Michel Richard


In need of a pick-me-up? This patisserie features a glass case of delectable treats – from coffee custard eclairs to apricot tarts. Michel Richard creates extremely high-quality pastries and desserts using fresh, natural ingredients, including...  Read More


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East Hollywood


This cozy corner hangout features extensive outdoor seating, shaded by umbrellas, as well as a pleasant, if cramped, indoor space. While the cafe serves three meals a day, there's always a rush on desserts and pastries, thanks to creations like...  Read More


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