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Graffiti Cafe in Los Angeles' trendy Mid City/La Brea district opened in July 2012, with much fanfare.

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They currently serve Lamill Coffee, alongside a selection of juices and pastries (including fonuts). Reviews are decidedly mixed, but the airy and monochromatic space is truly out of this world.

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Graffiti stands out with a design reminiscent of a Barcelona ultra-lounge, and an incredible amount of real-estate.

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Soaring ceilings, tons of light and acres of leather throughout create a hushed, oddly dreamlike state, punctuated by the clack-clack of people writing their screenplays.

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Los Angeles has all sorts of great places to get cutting edge coffee and food, but when it comes to watching people drink $12 Paleta juices while seated in front of a matte-white fireplace in a Mies van der Rohe chair, Graffiti is your place.

Alex Bernson is the assistant editor at Sprudge.com. Read more Bernson here.