Tel. 323 857 6180
C+M (Coffee and Milk), located at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is an artisanal craft coffeehouse featuring exceptional coffee and espresso with fresh pastries and signature milk sorbet treats. Direct trade Intelligentsia coffee and espresso drinks are ground to order and poured into caffeinated delights. C+M's signature organic milk sorbet is shaken into frothy Milk Handshakes, some with artisanal spirits, or sandwiched between freshly baked cookies. Food options include nostalgic pastries (hand pies, “Pop Tarts,” Elvis Cake) and farm-to-table sandwiches on daily baked baguettes. At LACMA, C+M is surrounded by thousands of works of art, an art-making gallery for all ages, and a brand new museum shop.

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C+M is an alliance of ingenuity by Master Chef Joachim Splichal, rising Pastry Chef Josh Graves and Executive Chef Kris Morningstar both of Ray's & Stark Bar, and Gregg Wiele, chef to the Primetime Emmy Awards® Governors Ball among other prestigious events. Adding a touch of adult-indulgence, mixologist Paul Sanguinetti crafts alcoholic Milk Handshakes as an added "perk."

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10AM-5PM
Friday: 10AM-7PM
Saturday and Sunday: 10AM-6PM

Closed Wednesdays.

Museum admission is not required.

C+M is located at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art near the new museum store.

LACMA is located midway between downtown and Santa Monica, 1/2 mile south of the Grove. From the Santa Monica Freeway (10), take Fairfax Avenue north 2 miles to Wilshire Boulevard.

From the southbound Hollywood Freeway, take Highland Avenue 3.5 miles south to Wilshire Boulevard; take a right on Wilshire and proceed 1 mile west to LACMA.

Located on Wilshire Blvd, in front of the light sculpture
$8 for 2 hours, $3 each additional hour**

LACMA's Garage:
Located on Sixth St. at LACMA Way, one block north of Wilshire Blvd and one block east of Fairfax Ave.