Go Get Em Tiger, Larchmont Village

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come here for the...

bar-style service, hand-thrown ceramic mugs, sumptuous food & pastries, shaken (not stirred) iced lattes, ability to text your order.

WIFI yes   OUTLETS  one pair   SEATING  indoor/outdoor   FOOD  yes!   PARKING  street + metered

The design concept of Go Get Em Tiger’s (GGET) Larchmont Village cafe embraces a true coffee bar approach with customers ordering their pour overs and “G&B Shakes” at an elongated bar, much like they would from their neighborhood watering hole. iPads are spaced out along this wooden bar to encourage flow and efficiency for guests (inspired by the Apple Store?). Discerning minds will notice the built-in shelves, modern light fixtures in stark red and white, and space-saving 1-2 person table nooks that lie opposite the baristas. Most of the seating can be found towards the front—or street-facing side—of the cafe where a rectangular nook provides bench seating on three sides.

Overall, GGET is extremely tech-savvy and highly creative. For instance, you can text a barista (1-323-YAA-GGET) with your order or, to take it one step further, join their new coffee club subscription so that fresh beans arrive on your doorstep. I will add that this particular GGET location offers free WiFi but there’s only one pair of outlets located beside the pastry display case—good luck! 

Regulars are pampered by the full kitchen's classic cafe offerings (avocado toast, soft-scrambled eggs on a biscuit) and more traditional marketplace items (Israeli Couscous Salad, Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes, Baby Kale Salad), all of which is served from 7a.m. - 4p.m. As I’m writing this post, I spot one of Hollywood’s most famous “best friends", Judy Greer, and I admit that this isn’t the first time I’ve seen someone in the entertainment industry order coffee here. 

HOURS daily 6:30-6pm  COFFEE $4.5 (filtered coffee) - $11 ("full nelson")

 

Photos by: @brunchographers & @coffeenclothes