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Lunch in Brentwood

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Coral Tree Cafe

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Located in the Westside of Los Angeles, Brentwood is considered an affluent neighborhood. Brentwood is a lovely place to visit because it feels like stepping out of the busy, smoggy city of Los Angeles, and stepping into a quiet, peaceful and up-kept town.

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Coral Tree Café is a great place to grab lunch and catch up with a friend. It is spacious, and uses mostly wood for its counters, tables, and floors – making it feel hip and rustic. Especially during a clear and sunny day, plenty of light pours into the café, making it feel warm and homey. There is also lots of seating – you can sit comfortably outside, or at a table or booth inside.

The service here is fast and friendly. They are quick to take your order, to get your order to you, and to accommodate you during your meal. This doesn’t mean that the quality is not good, but that they have a large staff on hand throughout the day.

Brunch is a great time to go if you prefer a more quiet experience, but lunch is just as great. Even during a lunch rush, there is plenty of seating, and the hustle and bustle of the café will add more energy and excitement to your visit.

Moving on to food, although quite pricey, it is wholesome and delicious. Coral Tree Café does not disappoint with its food, fresh juices, or coffee (just don’t expect a unique and one-of-a-kind experience). This café serves a wide menu with options that will satiate you at anytime of the day – whether you need a full course meal, or a light meal. They offer mostly healthy foods and options without compromising flavor and satisfaction. They also have many delicious vegetarian options for those of you who are avoiding meat.

The bottom-line is that if you are looking for a place to enjoy a nice and relaxing lunch with an array of fresh and healthy choices, Coral Tree Café is definitely worth a visit!

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