Touring Downtown WIFI
Looking for a place to hang out and get some work done? We're taking a look at WIFI spots around Downtown.
By Ed Fuentes — June 17, 2009 — 5 Comments
The ever changing northeast corner of 5th and Main has had quite the evolution. It held a chicken joint selling legs and thighs with a side of nefarious inventory...
By Ed Fuentes — June 01, 2009 — 2 Comments
Today's Downtown WIFI spot might be a bit of a surprise, but Chinatown's Plum Tree Inn is a place where you can have a working lunch or knock out a last minute deadline...
By Ed Fuentes — April 21, 2009 — 19 Comments
Bottega Louie has been a Downtown hit since its opening two weeks ago, with the space and crowds leaving passersby twisting their necks to gawk through the large...
By Ed Fuentes — March 23, 2009 — 2 Comments
It's a good sign that Infusion Cafe has regulars even before it had an official ribbon cutting––which it did last week. Located at 808 S. Spring, the coffee shop...
By Ed Fuentes — March 05, 2009 — 4 Comments
Care for some Marxist Dark Roast? That could very well be the name of a coffee served at Cafe Corsa, the Figueroa Corridor coffee house that's been getting good...
By Ed Fuentes — January 19, 2009 — 1 Comment
Across from DWP and Walt Disney Concert Hill is a gourmet cafe with an appropriate name: High Point Coffee. It’s only by chance that the name fits the higher Downtown...
By Ed Fuentes — January 12, 2009 — 6 Comments
You know the name, we talked about the opening, and we sent word that the Urth Caffé has been adapting to Downtown's way to cafe.
Now that WIFI is up and running...
By Ed Fuentes — December 21, 2008 — 2 Comments
On a recent visit to Lost Souls, scouting details for this story, Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” played right after Earth Wind and Fire’s “Let’s Groove.” It's an...
By Eric Richardson — December 12, 2008
An inverted shopping mall may not be the first place you think of when looking for a WIFI spot Downtown, but 7+Fig is actually one of the better places to plug in...
By Ed Fuentes — December 09, 2008 — 3 Comments
Moxie is the 3-year-old coffee house and lunch spot in City West, just outside our usual perimeter of coverage. But since it’s located one long-ish block from where...
By Ed Fuentes — December 03, 2008 — 5 Comments
New teahouse siptea is so particular about its product that owner Laura Stewart refuses to serve coffee for fear that the overpowering aroma would drown out the...
By Ed Fuentes — November 25, 2008 — 5 Comments
This is the second in a series of stories taking a tour of Downtown's WIFI spots. Whether at coffee shops or Pershing Square, there are plenty of options -- some...
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