// LOS ANGELES // MAR VISTA // 

310 coffee company

when your coffee shares your area code

There are some coffee shops in LA that can be a bit of a destination. Where you drag yourself out of bed, get dressed, get in the car, drive over, circle around the block twice for street parking, and go get a hard earned cup of joe (jk let’s be real it’s probably a fancy-ass espresso drink with CBD or something). Alfred is one of these places. 310 Coffee Company is not. 310 Coffee is what LA should have more of. Truly neighborhood coffee shops. Where most of the people who go live within a mile or two radius. Where getting coffee doesn’t have to be an event.

310 Coffee Company is strategically located in a part of Mar Vista that’s a little more quiet. There aren’t a ton of trendy coffee shops in the area, and it’s mostly residential, tucked between the busier Venice Blvd a block north and Washington Blvd a block south. We like it here because it feels neighborhood-y. There’s nothing remarkable about it, which is what makes it special. It’s quiet, stress free. Easy to find parking. Not to big, not too small. Good coffee. Nice patio. Perfect for takeaway or for getting some work done in peace (which we don’t take for granted in this city).

the details

Address11625 Washington Pl, Los Angeles
Websitehttps://www.310coffeecompany.com/
Yelphttps://www.yelp.com/biz/310-coffee-company-los-angeles
Instagram@310coffeeco
Hours6:30am – 5pm Sunday through Thursday, 6:30am – 7pm Fridays and Saturdays
Price$$ – standard LA café prices, $3-6 for various coffees
Aestheticclean, minimal, bold, black and white

good to know

Go here for: a quick coffee run, a quiet work session

Order this: whatever your go-to coffee order is

Amount of time to spend: a few minutes to grab something to go, or a few hours to hang out.

When to come: whenever, it can get busier on weekends and hard to find a spot if you come in a group, but generally it’s not too bad (for LA standards).

Parking: isn’t too bad, it’s usually not hard to get a meter on Washington, or a street spot on McLaughlin, even on weekends.

Other things to note: 

  • It’s dog friendly so bring your pups!
  • They have cold brew (+nitro) and kombucha on tap, as well as a selection of teas (Art of Tea) for coffee haters (jk, we love tea).

Last visited: March 2019

Last updated: December 2019

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