Coffee Shop Review: Blackwood Coffee Bar in California

Coffee Bar Counter with Baristas at the Blackwood Coffee Bar in California
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California is known for the iconic Golden Gate Bridge that passes across the Pacific Ocean connecting San Francisco, California, and Marin County. And also famous in making Hollywood headlines, but not only that because of the city made a noise in the coffee industry, not only on the internet but across all media platforms when last years hot topic is all about California is declaring a “coffee cancer warning” to serve up in all coffee shops.

However, despite the horrific news on the “Coffee Warning Sign” declared in the city, California caffeine buzz is still uptight, and coffee lovers are still in love with their cup of java.

One of the coffee shops that are a must try in the city is the Blackwood Coffee Bar that can be spotted at the base of Runyon Canyon. This coffee place is an independent coffee shop that serves high-quality house blends in both coffee and cocktail drinks.

The coffee shop has a modern touch of the upscale neighboorhood endeavoring a refined, vintage aesthetic with a stylish modern twist which patrons find it refreshing.

Blackwood Coffee Bar is the perfect spot to refuel after hitting the trails. Inside the coffee shop has plenty of plush benches and chairs to settle in and use there free WIFI that is so convenient for checking your schedules, emails and update your social media. They also have a variety of magazines which you can read to kill time, and they have an outdoor patio if you want to enjoy a little bit of sunshine while indulging your coffee.

Blackwood disposable coffee cup
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What do you need to try?

Blackwood Coffee Bar serves a regular Joe and a cocktail, but a recommendation that is a must try is their iced coffee and organic yogurt bowl starring strawberry rhubarb compote, made fresh at the shop, and you don’t want to miss their signature espresso shots with sparkling water and orange zest, or their Latin Cold Brew, made with cashew horchata and Aztec chocolate bitters.