New in the neighborhood: Cafe Picfair
I’ve loved our neighborhood since shortly after we moved in, and it keeps getting better. We have some nice places we can walk to (in LA, this is big), from little taco spots to bakeries (including heavenly La Maison du Pain and yummy, gluten-free Breakaway Bakery) to the neighbor-centric Hound Dog + Cat pet supply shop.
This week, we’re celebrating a new neighborhood cafe and eatery, Cafe Picfair, on Pico and Hauser. They’ll be serving breakfast, lunch and early dinners (weekday hours are 6:30am – 6:30pm, Saturday 7:30am – 6:00pm, Sunday 7:30am – 5:00pm), as well as abundant baked goods.
Everything is made in their own kitchen, with lots of fresh, organic ingredients. The coffee is very good, too (I had a delicious latte on grand opening day).
The place is airy and sunny, with abundant outdoor seating. The vibe is warm, relaxed and inviting. With the Hound Dog + Cat next door, I see the beginnings of a sparky, friendly, neighborhood hangout.
The crepe machine wasn’t operating yet when we visited opening morning, but that part of the menu is now in full swing: another excellent reason for us to hurry back.
The owners—Aurora, Terry and Terry—are French, and eager to practice their English with customers, though I’m sure they’re happy to chat in French, too, if you can hold up your end. 🙂
5450 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90019
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Thanks for stopping by and adding your vote, K!
GREAT PLACE, GREAT PEOPLE……LOVE THE CHOCOLATE CROISSANTS, MUST TRY!
You’re very welcome! Prices range from about $8-12, if I remember correctly.
Tanks for the info. Looking forward to trying it out. What’s the $$ ?