2118 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA
phone: +1 323-664-7111
Los Feliz Cafe, previously Eatz Cafe, offers a large variety of food that will satisfy any food craving.
Located east of the LA River on the Los Feliz Municipal Golf Course, we have an outstanding view of the golf course and fantastic outdoor sitting. Formerly Eatz Cafe, we have maintained all the style, joy, quality, and reputation of our previous name and strive to provide even better service, higher quality, and the same great experience.
Whether you come for our breakfast or lunch, you receive large portions of fresh, high-quality food. We have a large variety of options on our menu including sandwiches, burgers, omelettes, French toast, and more.
Our tasty dishes will keep you coming back. Stop by and our wonderful staff will be happy to satisfy your food cravings.
Established in 1950.
Los Feliz Cafe (Eatz) could be sole surviving quonset of the World War II-era Rodger Young Village that once sprawled across Los Feliz along the river. Location scouts love it, and we can think of nowhere else in Los Angeles where you can dine in a quonset. (Written by John Eng & Adriene Blondo)
Mike bought Los Feliz Cafe in 2009 and continues the great service and food Los Feliz Cafe is known for. As a local business owner, he values your business and welcomes your feedback.
Takes Reservations: No
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Accepts Apple Pay: No
Accepts Android Pay: No
Accepts Bitcoin: No
Good For: Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch
Parking: Private Lot
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Good for Groups: Yes
Noise Level: Average
Alcohol: Beer & Wine Only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Has TV: No
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Waiter Service: Yes
Offers Military Discount: Yes
Author: rachel davis
The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is cute. It is on the pricey side. Good luck finding parking as it is street only. I ordered the breakfast burrito. It is bursting with flavor and the Chipotle sauce pairs perfectly. I also ordered the waffle and Nutella with fresh Strawberries and Bananas. You need to try that for yourself.
Author: Benjamin Pezzillo
Long before there was a CBTL on Hillhurst, these folks were rising early every day and baking fresh pastry. The only downside to raving about them is that the place may become too popular if you know what I mean.
Author: Jason Hickey
The food is overpriced and greasy (also way too much salt - and I like salt!) but if you like that kind of thing then go for it. The coffee is not good. Also waiting times to order can be a bit long. You can get a nice outdoor space in the sun around the corner in a patio area.