Starbucks 13050 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049 Starbucks is an international chain of coffee shops. This branch offers a spacious interior with ample seating as…More well as two patios for outdoor enjoyment. This particular Starbucks is typically very busy as it's next to the Brentwood Country Mart. Parking can be difficult to find. Aside from coffee, Starbucks offers a variety of snacks such as fruit, bagels, muffins and sweets like rice krispie bars.
This Starbucks Coffee is located in that small triangular patch of Brentwood where Barrington meets San Vicente…More and Gorham comes along for the ride.
Despite its unique shape making it possibly the thinnest Starbucks ever, they feature a wide variety of coffee and espresso drinks as well as teas, ice blended drinks, hot chocolate, lemonade and more.
There is a large selection of pastries and snacks along with breakfast items, sandwiches, wraps and salads. Starbucks Coffee is a perfect place for studying or reading, with seating both inside and out as well as free Wi-Fi.
Nagao 13050 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049
Nagao is a neighborhood sushi restaurant on the corner of San Vicente Boulevard and 26th Street, tucked in next to…More the Starbucks. The small restaurant has tables lining the walls and a little sushi bar to sit at. The menu features more than 25 different rolls to choose from, with many combinations of seafood and vegetables. Several no-rice rolls are also available, and non-mayonnaise rolls are made upon request. The restaurant also serves various salads, with such toppings as squid tentacles, mushrooms, tofu, seaweed, calamari, soba noodles and tuna.
Guests can also sit at the sushi bar and ask the chef for the day's sushi recommendations. Nagao also prepares chicken and beef teriyaki, baked mussels, fried calamari, broiled whole squid, baked scallops, fried soft-shell crab, baked king crab legs and Cajun-style tuna sashimi. Combination plates are also available. There is parking underneath the building, which is accessible from the alley off of 26th Street.