We were fully caffeinated by Kafn today, and couldn’t be happier to make this our last kind of trip as Cup of Blank (for now – read on below!)
*JUST A MINI ANNOUNCEMENT*
Jenny is moving to Portland to study Design Marketing, and Cat will be in Korea for about three months pursuing further photography projects and opportunities!
Cup of Blank will continue on, however: Jenny will write about coffee shops in the PNW area (Portland, Seattle, etc) while Cat will talk about the coffee shops she encounters in Korea! It’s still going to be relative to our mission: finding out spaces that provide not only excellent coffee but a great community as well.
We can’t wait for this new path, and I hope you guys will all enjoy it with us!
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Happy Labor Day, everyone!
It’s been a hot minute.
Excuse us, we’ve just been traveling and doing our thing – exploring around! We recently went on a weekend trip to San Francisco with our dear friend Sarina, and it was such a blast. (Huge thanks to Sarina for being the best tour guide!)
Not only did we check out the coffee scene, we did a variety of cool things and sightseeing during our time there, and we wanted to share that experience with you all via this photo diary.
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We’re here to spill all the beans (coffee beans) about spl. coffee!
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Stereoscope Coffee is probably the best “all-in-one” kind of coffee shop located in Buena Park, and we’re in love!
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Neat Coffee is exactly just that – very neat all around!👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
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Well, this place doesn’t really live up to its name….
Because the coffee is actually good (like real good).
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Hopper and Burr is now well-known as the “minimalist” coffee shop out in Santa Ana, known for their sleek design and heavy focus on the classics.
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There’s something about Lazy Brewing Company that feels both industrious yet so comfortable. It’s probably the open vibe that the place offers, especially right in the middle of those harsh DTLA smells and sounds (ha!).
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If you like cool cafes with a little spunk to it, Cafe If is the place to be.
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Located in Echo Park and at the end of Sunset Blvd, Eightfold Coffee is truly one of the hip-est (not a word, but you know what we mean) coffee shops in town.
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