A minimalist coffee bar with an easygoing vibe, Document Coffee in Koreatown is a tranquil escape from the busy city. I ordered the Document Cold (milk + concentrate cold brew + syrup) and it was a little sour for my liking. $5.50 is more than I prefer to pay for a cup of coffee, but I also understand that when coffee is more expensive, it’s because it (generally) is due to the quality of the beans. I stopped in on a late Sunday morning and the place was almost empty, which surprised me given the hustle-and-bustle neighborhood it’s smack dab in the middle of. It’s a large coffee shop with plenty of seating inside, and the bright lighting makes this place seem warm and inviting, yet also chill and trendy. There is a beautiful patio area outside of the coffee shop and ample free parking (an awesome added bonus) directly behind Document. Try it out for yourself the next time you’re exploring around K-town! Document Coffee is located at 3850 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010.
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