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Coffee & Tea

Good food and/or coffee with WIFI in Los Angeles

noah977 | May 19, 201206:09 PM     9

I'm a "foodie" who is also in grad school. That means a ridiculous amount of time studying and working on the laptop. As a break from working at home, its nice to find a restaurant with some good food and Internet where I can grab lunch or dinner while continuing to study.

Unfortunately, the options seem very limited. Starbucks, etc. don't have "real" food and the coffee is rather poor. Cafe Primo on Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood was a favorite for ages, but we've grown tired of the food.

So, my question to the fellow board members: Where can I find good food (and possible good coffe) at a place that also has Internet and doesn't mind a laptop on the table while I eat? Bonus points if they're open late.

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