Article by Ed Solorzano


Los Angeles is known for a few things: the Hollywood industry, trendy fashions, traffic, and rent prices that do not have a cap ceiling. However, as an LA native what I’ve always loved about this small town of mine are the diverse cultures, diverse pallets, and the amazing restaurants that these two aspects bring together. Amongst these restaurants stands a new location that Bello was introduced to Manna Café on Fairfax Ave, settled right across from the CBS Studios. Told you we were known for restaurants and the Hollywood industry.

Manna Cafe stands as a true testament to the city’s eclectic culinary scene, where every dish is a mix of comfort food on an aesthetically pleasing plate and the ambiance is an inviting one for all times of the day. Guests can come in for a quick coffee, a breakfast plate, a dinner date, or that coveted happy hour glass of wine. I mean their tagline is coffee. wine. food. events.

The menu, curated with meticulous attention to detail, offers a delightful fusion of flavors and cuisines that will leave your taste buds dancing with joy.  They have comfort classics like Mac & Cheese, a classic Cheeseburger, Wings to share, a Kimchi Grilled cheese among healthy alternatives like a Watermelon Salad with Feta Cheese and a new all-day breakfast menu that includes a Breakfast Burrito and Breakfast Tacos. I am glad the menu opened the breakfast items to be available all day because since I visited the Café, I’ve been meaning to wake up early for them.

Again, we hope to check out the latest spot that just opened its doors to visitors and LA natives alike back in February of this year. Whether you’re visiting for a romantic dinner, a casual brunch, or a business meeting, Manna Cafe has the perfect atmosphere to suit any occasion. So whether you’re a seasoned foodie or someone who simply appreciates a well-prepared meal in a beautiful setting, Manna Cafe is a must-visit destination.

About Manna Cafe

Located in LA’s Beverly Grove neighborhood, Manna Cafe offers local diners a unique hangout

spot that is equal parts boutique coffee shop, trendy wine bar, and neighborhood eatery. The

concept—from brothers-in-law Isaac Anzaruth and Jonathan Kalmanson is located at 101 S.

Fairfax Avenue and is open from 7am to 4pm. Tuesday through Sunday.