Brunching at Daily Dose Cafe!
As a part of the send off for the Lifestyle Bloggers Conference that I attended last week in Los Angeles, CA, we went to brunch at a wonderful little place in the heart of Downtown LA, a true hidden oasis called The Daily Dose Cafe.
STORY OF DAILY DOSE CAFE
Sarkis Vartanian, Owner of Daily Dose Cafe, had the passion and desire to develop an honest food distribution business. What was his vision to make this happen? To open up a little café that was tucked away in a beautiful and tranquil alleyway. Daily Dose Cafe has become a cool place to hang out and have a bite to eat.
Daily Dose Café believes that, “All humans and creatures on earth may not be created equal, but we believe that all deserve and have the right to good, healthy, and organically produced food.”
How does Daily Dose Cafe create this type of atmosphere? Daily Dose Cafe welcomes all people and allows diners to have access to local, organically grown and produced non GMO food, and to have a delectable drink (such as the Buena Vista) all at reasonable prices. They work with farmers directly and are transparent in everything that they do, by using only the freshest, locally grown produce, and certified organic products from respectable vendors. A strict quality assurance program has been set in place to ensure that the highest of standards are met in everything that is served.
If you are looking for a new place to brunch and dine out at, that serves up only the highest of quality and delicious food, is healthy, transparent, and helps to support the community, then make sure to stop on by and give Daily Dose Cafe a go.
Here are a few of the items that we sampled. Everything was delicious.
I started off with the Buena Vista. It consists of 2 teaspoons of caramelized sugar, 2 shots of espresso, and 14oz of milk. $5.50 I could drink these everyday.
Scrambled eggs with green onions on toasted bread. It’s just scrambled eggs, something so simple, that you might not think much of it, but if you try these, you’ll be thinking, OMG these are the best scrambled eggs I’ve ever had!
THIS! This baby is uh-may-ZING! It’s called the Guildsmith or “the inside out grilled cheese.” This absolute delight is made with fried queso blanco cheese, guacamole, serranos, red onions, feta cheese, dry mint, aleppo pepper, heirloom tomato, a few sprigs of arugula and topped with sauce verte on a baguette. —$12.00 (but not this size serving!)
Roasted Japanese Yams and the house ketchup–$6.00 I only was able to try a couple of these, but what little I had, was very enjoyable. With how fast this plate went, that says a lot on how good it was. 😉
Some of the beautiful artwork on the brick walls.
It was an amazing morning of food, drinks, friends, and a heartfelt farewell to the Lifestyle Bloggers 2015 Conference. I will definitely be back here to enjoy another meal in the near future and to enjoy the peaceful surroundings.