Cafe Mak in Los Angeles

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee some
Tea some
Alcohol Wine
Food brunch, lunch, dinner, sandwiches, pasta, fusion, Korean food, cakes, dessert
Keywords Has Food, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Alcohol, Has Power

Pro Tips

Cafe Mak's a Korean style cafe, meaning you pay a little more for coffee/tea, but you can stay alllll day long if you life. It's open til 2am, huuuuge (3 different rooms to choose from including 2 outdoor patios), has pretty good Korean food, and different rooms have different noise levels so you can choose which you prefer (or switch it up every few hours!).

Wifi is decent. If it bogs down, just ask them to reset it. Outlets all over the place. They have their own parking lot although you may need to valet at peak hours.

Also if you don't understand Korean, it's the perfect background chatter for working: sounds of people talking without being distracted by what they're actually saying.

  • Great place to work in Koreatown! I love the feel of the space. Drinks a bit expensive, but half price if you order food.

    And there’s a little buzzer on the table – push that when you want to order or need anything else.

    There’s some outdoor tables on the side.

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