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L.A.'s Best Coffee: The Google Map

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Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 8:19 AM
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A few days ago, we listed 10 Places to Get a Damn Good Cup of Coffee. As many of you pointed out (passionately) in our comments, however, there are coffee shops not on the list that also make a great cup. And so, for your handy reference, we mapped L.A.'s best specialty coffee shops. The map includes the spots we highlighted, plus several others that didn't make the list. We made note of the shops that select and roast their own beans (those shops are in all caps), so if you want to drink local, you can.

In total, there are 31 different coffee shops mapped (by happy coincidence, we just mapped the same number of burger places). That's a latte coffee.

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