Cafe Scent: Coffee & Flowers

Cafe Scent

Address: 3680 Wilshire Blvd 90010
Phone Number: 213-383-9440

Flowers and Coffee Shop.

Free Wi-Fi.

Caffe Concerto

Address: 610 S Serrano Ave 90005
Phone Number: (213) 738-0909

Korean-run Japanese-style fusion restaurant with a macarons bar. Open seven days a week, 9:00 am – 1:00 am.

Cafe Loft on 6th

Address: 3882 W 6th St 90020
Phone Number: 213-383-3006

A a quiet “study” cafe where readers and laptop users spend hours nursing a cup of coffee or oolong tea, with a large coconut macaroon or slice of Sweet Lady Jane cake…

Known for having soy milk available, which is a great consideration for the lactose intolerant.

Gong Cha in Koreatown LA

Gong Cha

Address: 3785 Wilshire Blvd 90010
Phone Number: 213-375-7143

On the ground floor of the Solair Building on the northeast corner of Western Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard

Creamistry Koreatown

Creamistry

Address: 3510 W 8th St 90005
Phone Number: 213-263-2579

Creamistry in Koreatown LA is a nitrogen ice-cream parlor chain.

Oakobing

Address: 3300 W 6th St 90020
Phone Number: 213-387-4392

Oakobing is the new name of Homibing. It serves Korean shaved-ice desserts.

SomiSomi

Address: 621 S Western Ave 90005
Phone Number: 213-387-8811

Somi Somi (SomiSomi) — with Sul & Beans on the second floor of the Madang Mall. #208A Taiyaki Ice Cream / Soft Ice Cream Flavors True Milk, Green Tea, Banana, Milk Tea, Red Bean, Custard, Nutella Open seven days a week, from 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm.

Cafe Jack

Address: 508 S Western Ave 90020
Phone Number: (213) 365-8882

Sushi in the Boat. 카페잭 Inspired by the movie Titanic, this iconic Ktown cafe is on a ship. Leonardo di Caprio’s character in the film was named… Jack. Got into hookah in 2013. No more hookah as of November 2014. Might get hookah back in December. Stays open until 1:00 am on most days.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – 5th & Western

Address: 450 S Western Ave 90020
Phone Number: 213-627-3816

Newest location of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Koreatown LA.

Inside the California Marketplace on the northeast corner of Fifth Street and Western Avenue.

In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.