For this writer, there is no more integral part of a morning than grabbing a mug of coffee. So when a coffee shop closes, or a new one springs up, it certainly grabs attention.
Eater LA first reported that that the popular Arts District caffeine hub Blacktop Coffee shuttered after a four-year-run.
The news likely came as a shock to many, though the community remains packed with coffee-slinging joints. But when one cafe door closes, another opens.
Joining Rappahannock Oyster Co., Paramount Coffee Project, an Australian shop, touched down at Row DTLA last week. The location also serves eggs, noodles, tacos and baked goods to pair with your favorite coffee drink.
Taking advantage of the complex’s warehouse aesthetic, Paramount Coffee Project operates with plenty of natural light in its almost open-air setting.
The location is open daily from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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