I’m happy to see so many cute little cafes popping up all over Los Angeles, especially in Downtown LA! Daily Dose Cafe is hidden away in an alleyway near Church and State and the Biscuit Lofts at the Industrial area of Downtown LA. As you walked into the atmospheric brick lane you’ll see tables and chairs, which is pretty much half of the cafe. On the left side there’s the doorway into a small space where you can order coffee and food.
Forgot to take pictures of the coffee, I got a Macchiato and it was fantastic. For a cafe they have quite an full menu for breakfast and lunches. When the dishes came out I was delighted to see that they’re carefully plated and nicely presented.
The Hoffa – Bresaola (air-dried salted beef that has been aged about 2-3 months) sandwich with arugula
The Mob – 3 egg omelet with roasted potatoes, baguette with house jam
Overall I was quite impressed with how fresh and delicious tasting the food was. I love all the little garnishes on the each plates, and the homemade jams on the bread was really good. The portion might be a tad small for some people, but for me it’s about right.
Daily Dose Cafe
1820 Industrial St Ste 104
Los Angeles, CA 90021