12 LA cafes with super fast WiFi – Los Angeles
As anyone who has ever worked on a deadline knows, when it comes to getting the job done, not all cafes are created equal. Sure, your neighborhood spot is nice and reliable, but when it comes to launching the Google Docs, you’ll need a little more than that. Plentiful tables, coffee so strong you’ll feel like Quicksilver while typing, and of course, super-fast wifi. From idyllic patios in Pasadena to great chain cafes, here are 12 of our favorite cafes with great wifi.
You might miss Eightfold as you walk past their barebone Echo Park storefront, but they’ve quickly become one of our favorite places to post with a computer. They have a cute, minimalist aesthetic, with lots of small, light wood tables, huge glass windows, and a floor-to-ceiling bookshelf filled with local zines. It’s a perfect place to go if you want strong coffee, or a space that inspires you, especially if you’re a graphic designer or own “quirky” eyewear. The biggest draw? They are now serving amazing slices of Chainsaw pies.
Sip & Sonder is not only Inglewood’s first specialty cafe, it also functions as a community center, zine editor, creative studio, and event space. Their flagship outpost on Market St. has yet to reopen for indoor seating, but you can still grab a table on their outdoor patio and enjoy a variety of espressos, hot teas, and pastries. Maybe you’ll write your first Oscar nominated screenplay. Maybe you’ll organize all of your Spotify playlists alphabetically while being trapped in a caffeinated haze. The world is your oyster.
Go Get Em Tiger is basically a full-fledged chain now, with eight locations across town (all of which have great wifi), but whenever we have a deadline that, oh we don’t know, has already passed, we’re heading to their Santa Monica outpost. They’re located in a busy neighborhood full of trendy cafes, but Go Get Em Tiger stands out from the crowd with its great coffee, menu filled with real foods like breakfast burritos, and beet and lentil salads. , and a comfortable space with plenty of space between the tables.
Founded by two Compton residents, Deanna and Geoffrey Martinez, Patria Coffee combines all of our favorite things in this world – strong in-house roasted coffee, fast Wi-Fi, and some of the best produce on the market. Their quiet little shop on Alameda Street is fitted with white brick walls and plants hanging overhead, a perfect atmosphere for a midday snack, typing on your laptop or meeting colleagues to complain about. your boss’s “management strategy”.
What Tierra Mia lacks in the third wave cafe aesthetic (you won’t find any sleek architecture here), they make up for it with ‘everything you need when you really need to focus’. Their Lincoln Heights outpost is particularly large, with plenty of tables inside and out. At $ 4 a cup, the coffee is affordable, ranging from simple cups of drops to pleasantly sweet horchata lattes. There are lots of outlets and space to spread out, but more importantly, you can post for hours without anyone looking at you, waiting to steal the table. See you here the next time you postpone an assignment.
Please listen to us on this one. As many people online have pointed out (example A, example B), working in a cafe operated by a publicly traded bank sounds like a particularly sinister episode of Black mirror. However, it’s also a great place to get things done. Their location in downtown Santa Monica is normally quite empty and filled with long rows of tables, each with its own outlet. They have Peet’s on site, very fast wifi and are open 11 hours a day. If you can swallow your hatred for American business a bit, this just might be your new favorite place to work.