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- Urth CaffeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 14Nov 06, 2013
Great healthy place for bfast/brunch/lunch. It's a bit pricey.
Their soup is enough to satisfy my craving for salty stuff and the green tea (matcha) latte to give me a sugar boost. Their green tea latte is my favorite! You can tast the subtle bitterness of the match. If you're lucky, yours might have a pic of a teddy bear :D
- Urth CaffeCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Jun 11, 2013
Urth's savory foods are meh but their desserts are heavenly! Their pumpkin pie is the best I've ever had, and don't get me started on their chocolate ganache cake. Also try their Spanish latte and their green tea!
- Urth CaffeJun 07, 2013
This is a nice little caffe just right outside of little tokyo, It has the most awesome teas and drinks for the drinkers including coffee. The place is usually packed with people and it is very chill for those that like to have a hangout spot to go to. The places closes at 11pm and has lots of veggie options to choose from including all the healthy type foods that people like to eat.
- Urth CaffeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Apr 19, 2013
I can’t add anything to the earlier reviews. Urth is a delightful place to take visitors who come here with preconceived ideas of what L.A. is all about. Located within sight of City Hall, it is only a few blocks from the much maligned but still significant Los Angeles River. It is in the middle of what used to be the heart of the Los Angeles manufacturing district and is now adjacent to the Arts District and an integral part of the Los Angeles Clean Tech Corridor.
- Urth CaffeDec 12, 2012
Recently visited this location last week. Located east of Downtown I would have never guessed there would be an Urth Cafe there. It's literally surrounded by warehouses.
Parking is a bit of hassel. You can try driving around to find parking on the street or you can just pay a few bucks for valet.
The food is decent. They have a bunch of yummy pastries and pies. I also tried the breakfast panini which was quiet tasty. But the real reason to visit is the coffee. I had both the Vanilla Honey Latte and the Spanish Latte. Both were very good. You even have the option of getting the coffee mild or strong.
The have some seating inside. However on a nice sunny day I would prefer to sit outside on their large patio.
This is definitely a great place to hang out and grab some breakfast on the weekends. I will definitely be back.
- Urth CaffeOct 20, 2012
I know. I'm an Urth Caffe addict.
When I say addict, I mean I ate twice there in one day. I know. I'm an addict or in other terms, fiend. I'm really trying to control myself, but...
...that Light Combo with a small Urth Salad and yummy and hearty Vegetarian Chili just keeps me coming for more.
...that soy Green Tea Blend with boba makes me crave having those yummy, chewy tapioca balls with creamy icy green tea swirling in my mouth.
...that Fruit Platter tastes as good as it looks: refreshing, delicious, and kinda sexy with those mini grapes I can eat like those fancy European women that get painted laying on a bed with a plate of grapes.
..that Fresh Squeezed Grape Fruit & Watermelon juice is juicy, not too sweet, and fulfills my quench for juicy goodness.
...that Multigrain waffle with Fruit on top. Refreshing and crispy. I love getting bananza and strawbaycious here!
What can I say? I'm an addict.Recommended for
- Urth CaffeOct 05, 2012
I can't believe it took me 3-4 tries before actually locating this Urth Caffe! It's embarrassing it has taken months before I actually located this awesome cafe since I'm a regular in Little Tokyo these days.
My gal pal and I had a late dinner together a while back. We opt to sit inside since it was getting windy outdoors. Yes, they have heat lamps, but I get cold super easily! I'm glad we stayed indoors because I got to people watch while enjoying my super amazing butternut squash soup.
The soup came in a pretty big bowl and was accompanied by two pieces of bread and butter. The soup was smooooth as silk and I just wanted to wolf it all down. The whole thing cost less than $7 and was one of the best soups I've ever had from a cafe. I have been back a few times and they didn't serve this soup so I guess the menu changes depending on availability.
I also liked their Sunrise pizza. It's about $12 for small tiny slices, but if you are a meat lover like me, it's so worth it!!! I also really liked the blended green tea boba drink...it's sinfully good.
- Urth CaffeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesOct 02, 2012
Urth Caffe seems a little out of place in the Arts District, but it's a great find!
They offer a lot of breakfast and sandwich options, as well as desserts and coffee.
I love their pumpkin pie! Their tiramisu and fruit tarts are good too. The cheesecake is pretty dense, but most of their cakes are good.
Also, try their spanish latte - delicious. And they do latte art here!