America's Coolest Coffeehouses

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LAMILL COFFEE

Find out what’s brewing at these coffeehouses with friendly baristas, fancy espresso machines, and plenty of local flavor.

LAMILL Coffee Boutique: Los Angeles

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This chichi coffeehouse at first appears like a bit of Beverly Hills that got lost and ended up in pleasantly scruffy Silver Lake. But LAMILL, which opened in 2008, quickly endeared itself by paying as much attention to coffee as a fussy sommelier to wine. The shop is sleek, contemporary—not the kind of place to unbutton your cuffs—and famous for its elaborate equipment and attention to detail. See what the $11,000 Clover coffee machine can do to make your morning better.

Local Knowledge: Leave time to peruse the massive coffee menu, which includes options from a siphon, Japanese hand drip, or Chemex. —Wayne Curtis

America's Coolest Coffeehouses

LAMILL Coffee Boutique: Los Angeles

This chichi coffeehouse at first appears like a bit of Beverly Hills that got lost and ended up in pleasantly scruffy Silver Lake. But LAMILL, which opened in 2008, quickly endeared itself by paying as much attention to coffee as a fussy sommelier to wine. The shop is sleek, contemporary—not the kind of place to unbutton your cuffs—and famous for its elaborate equipment and attention to detail. See what the $11,000 Clover coffee machine can do to make your morning better.

Local Knowledge: Leave time to peruse the massive coffee menu, which includes options from a siphon, Japanese hand drip, or Chemex. —Wayne Curtis

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