As you all know from the posts and stories on our Instagram @ambitionisagelessla, I am addicted to coffee. Badly, addicted. I need it every morning to function or else I feel groggy and in a bad mood. Living in Los Angeles there are handfuls of coffee shops in each town. Some are chains like Starbucks, Dunkin, Philz, Peet’s, and Alfred’s and some are just small hole in the wall cafes, and personally, the small cafes are my favorite. The Palm Coffee Bar located right in Burbank, California is now the coffee spot that fills my heart with warmth as soon as I walk in. My friend and I were craving coffee after our first morning class of the day, and instead of going to Starbucks or Alfred's. We decided to try something new. That something new ended up being The Palm Coffee Bar.
It was both my friend and I’s first times going to the cafe. We were both astonished at how cute it was on the outside, little did we know it would be the same on the inside. On top of that, I knew with a name like “The Palm” I was going to catch a vibe in there, and right when I walked in I most definitely did. Straight ahead of me, a little bit above the entryway to the back, was a neon pink sign that hung and said “This is the sign you've been looking for” and it sure was. To my left was where the baristas were making our yummy almond milk lattes and to my right was a refrigerated section full of tasty salads, sandwiches, nutrient bars, and other drinks. I walked a little farther because me being me and I wanted to know what other little nooks the cafe had. All the way in the back were little booths where you can sit and enjoy your coffee with whomever (or by yourself) and just a little before that is an old telephone on the wall, perfect for a photo shoot (and yes the photoshoot idea did go through my mind!) To the left of the telephone is a little coffee corner with lids, straws, sugar, cream, anything and everything you may want in your coffee is sitting right on the rustic, wooden table. There was even a little “gift shop corner” with stuffed animals, jewelry, and agenda books! Of course, my friend and I took many pictures because it is just so aesthetically pleasing!
When I was in there I felt at peace. A warm, cozy, safe feeling you get when you are at home surrounded by good vibes. The Palm Coffee Bar was definitely the sign I was looking for that day and I definitely plan on taking many more trips there. Luckily I am not too far away! I recommend you go stop by if you are in the area or just want to try a new spot! Get whatever coffee your heart is desiring that day! Trust me, you will not be disappointed!