Maestro Cafe

★★★★★

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This place opened up about 10 months ago and it still hasn't caught on. It's right in the underserved community of the ghetto. The owners have a vision of bringing together the artists of the area. The coffee is real coffee. There are paintings all over the walls by Victor Hugo Zayas who is also the co-owner. It is a great alternative to the nearby Starbucks. There is a free wireless connection for the local students and professionals, an outside patio, free parking inside, fresh pastries, sandwiches, tea, books, books, and more books. This is a real treasure in South L.A. I live a couple of blocks and discovered this cafe a few weeks ago. I hope the community discovers it too! The vibe is wonderful, private, and quiet. And the food is delicious! Soup, sandwiches, breakfast, lunch! Desert!

PROS: Local, private, free wiFi, inexpensive coffee, outside patio, nice workers
CONS: Hidden, slow business, closed on Sundays

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★★★★★

This place opened up about 10 months ago and it still hasn't caught on. It's right in the underserved community of the ghetto. The owners have a vision of bringing together the artists of the area. The coffee is real coffee. There are paintings all over the walls by Victor Hugo Zayas who is also the co-owner. It is a great alternative to the nearby Starbucks. There is a free wireless connection for the local students and professionals, an outside patio, free parking inside, fresh pastries, sandwiches, tea, books, books, and more books. This is a real treasure in South L.A. I live a couple of blocks and discovered this cafe a few weeks ago. I hope the community discovers it too! The vibe is wonderful, private, and quiet. And the food is delicious! Soup, sandwiches, breakfast, lunch! Desert!

PROS: Local, private, free wiFi, inexpensive coffee, outside patio, nice workers
CONS: Hidden, slow business, closed on Sundays

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