11275 Chandler Blvd.,
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Hours: Mon – Sun: 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Kitchen Hours: Mon – Sun: 6:00 am – 5:00 pm
Contact: (818) 423-2626 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Oh, and if you buy a bag of coffee or a box of whole leaf tea, you get a free drink with that. The atmosphere is hipster-rich and completely friendly; includes gluten-free options like chocolate chip cookies and some iffy looking gluten-free granola bars. Plugs for devices abound, and people sit with complete strangers often when the seat across from some lady or chap happens to be open.
Parking on the weekend is best about a block away near the park (across from the fire station) — free on Sundays. Don’t park in the Metro lot unless you have a Tap card and feel like spending $3. If you take the Orange line, it’s RIGHT THERE before you have to run down the stairs to catch your train to Hollywood or downtown. Let everyone else run and take a minute to catch some liquid joy.
The official drink of The Voice, and my husband. They should have a platinum card for guys like him.
There’s a lot out there about what NOT to eat, but how about a post about what constitutes a good choice?
Starbucks has a lot of food and drink with under 400 calories, which is a good caloric neighborhood, beverage included, when you’re making a stop to fuel up. If you’re watching your calories, it’s a good idea to choose a beverage very, very low in calories (iced tea with one packet of sugar or one pump of sugar, coffee with one sugar and a very small hit of cream) if you’re having a snack. I would keep the snack at or below 200 calories; you need to save room for other healthful foods throughout the day.
I will assume you are looking for a drink and a nibble…
- First, remember that whipped cream adds 45-100 calories depending on the size of the drink. If you want whipped cream, the obvious choice is the smaller-sized drink (the short with whip is 45, give it up: a grande has 60 calories for the whip and is more realistic).
- Each pump of syrup adds a teaspoon of sugar, which is about 20 calories. Caramel drizzle adds 15 calories, and chocolate adds just 5.
- Protein/fiber powder adds 30 calories and is entirely unnecessary (only adds one gram of fiber?! Let’s have bakery instead!).
Beverages (200 calories or less):
- Iced brewed coffee or tea. Get it without the added syrup, or just one pump, and add milk or soy milk. If you add the milk, and choose nonfat and Tall, it’s 80 calories. If you’re feeling spartan, a plain iced tea or coffee contains 0 calories.
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