L’s Caffe is one of the best kept secrets in the Mission. This Latina-owned spot is more than just a coffee shop; it’s a restaurant and bar all rolled into one. With a hefty list of organic coffee and teas, beer on tap, wine, bagels, sandwiches, wraps, crepes, empanadas, desserts, and an expanded brunch menu on weekends, L’s has it all. Throw in comfy chairs, free crazy-fast wifi and local art on the walls and you got a winner.
L’s is owned by the three Lozano sisters, and the family vibe is easily seen. The sisters’ mother makes these delicious little cookies filled with caramel. Many customers know the sisters by name, and they are never too busy to chat with folks to make sure their day is going alright.
L’s Caffe is also an important community player. They are very active in numerous community efforts, such as the Lower 24th St. Merchants Association, the Mission Arts and Performance Project and more. The Lozano sisters understand that a coffee shop is more than just a caffeine dispensary, it’s an anchor and refuge in the community. If you’re hungry, thirsty, or just want a quiet place to work, L’s Caffe is worth checking out.
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