Coffee Shops in Laguna Hills


Select Local Merchants

  • Trabuco Farms
    Committed to perfecting olive-oil production, Trabuco Farms private labels its olives from California. The result is an oil that lends a mild fruit and pepper flavor to salads or pastas. Using natural fruit extracts, Trabuco Farms’ oil further enhance these oils by infusing them with a variety of flavors, including orange, jalapeño, garlic, and basil. Trabuco Farms also stocks a range of barrel-aged balsamic vinegars imported from Modena, Italy.
    Read More
    28562 Oso Parkway
    Rancho Santa Margarita, CA US
  • Juicilicious Juice Bar
    A fervent believer in the power of juicing, Jaime Hoben and Cesily Kuriel founded Juicilicious Juice Bar with the hopes that their message of drinking to your health almost always means juicing. Maximizing health potential, all of Juicilicious' offerings are organic and cold-pressed?meaning customers get the highest benefits of the fresh fruits and veggies, since produce is never heated?producing juices packed with optimal amounts of enzymes and nutrients. Hoben and her staff design customized juice cleanses for clients, who can choose the duration of the cleanse, as well as their preferred drinks, and also specialize in smoothies, kids' drinks, healthy shots, and a?a? bowls.
    Read More
    34085 Pacific Coast Highway
    Dana Point, CA US
  • Haa-V's Protein Bar
    One thing is clear about the juice combinations scribbled on the chalkboard at Haa-V's Protein Bar: they're healthy. The staff members make each one from fresh fruit in an effort to help customers get more nutrients into their diets. For folks who prefer their vitamins chewed, Haa-V's complements its drinks with cafe eats such as veggie sandwiches made with whole grain bread embedded with almond, chia, or flax seeds.
    Read More
    4880 Irvine Blvd #102
    Irvine, CA US
  • Sambazon
    A lifelong surfer from Southern California, Ryan Black—joined by his brother, Jeremy, and his friend Ed—ventured to Brazil in 1999 in search of perfect waves. During their explorations of the vibrant country, however, the ocean fell second to a new obsession: deliciously good-for-you açaí berries. They immediately knew that it was their calling to introduce the organic superfood to their native California culture. With a clearly defined philosophy of caring for people inside and out, they launched a line of açaí products and eventually opened their first Sambazon café—there are now two locales—earning props in fitness and health magazines including Men's Fitness and InStyle. At both cafés, staff members serve 16-ounce smoothies blended with the star berries in addition to supergreens, fresh fruit, and chocolate. The signature açaí bowl features a blend of frozen açaí purée with banana and a sprinkling of granola. Both of the restaurants were designed and decorated by eVocal, a group of local artists who specialize in eco design. They kept things environmentally friendly by using reclaimed materials for furniture and fixtures, recycled planks of century-old acacia wood for counters, and energy-saving bulbs to slowly toast oats toppings.
    Read More
    3138 W Balboa Blvd.
    Newport Beach, CA US
  • The Funnel House - HB
    Though the bakers at The Funnel House experiment with state-fair-style recipes, they don't limit themselves to dishes from, well, the states. Instead, they specialize in funnel cakes, as well as the dessert's Latin American equivalent: handmade churros. They serve both dishes in their classic, sugar-dusted form or topped with scoops of ice cream, whipped cream, or fruit. It isn't just the desserts that are state-fair classics, however. Staffers also fill glasses with cold lemonade and creamy cinnamon horchata.
    Read More
    205 Main Street
    Huntington Beach, CA US
  • Kaye's on Brookhurst
    "Friendship" is painted above the picture windows at Kaye's on Brookhurst, so that it's the last thing customers see when they walk out the door. The staff aims to make the eatery a welcoming place, where diners enjoy breakfast so much that they return for lunch. In the morning, both traditional and specialty breakfasts tempt palates, such as the house favorite pancakes with a citrus glaze. At lunch, hearty sandwiches and housemade chili fill bellies so customers don't have to inhale as much air. Sunny yellow walls and dark wood chairs complement the bright paintings hanging on the wall, all creating a warm atmosphere.
    Read More
    12444 Brookhurst St.
    Garden Grove, CA US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement