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Adorable Newcomer Nana's Eatery Gets Silver Lake Even More Caffeinated

Right in the neighborhood on Hyperion.

Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

There’s always room for more coffee in Los Angeles, as evidenced by the out-of-nowhere arrival of Nana’s Eatery, which popped up colorfully on Hyperion Avenue in Silver Lake just days ago.

Prior to its new iteration as a coffee and sandwich shop, Nana's was apparently a fly-by-night wellness center. Once that went away around the turn of the new year, construction crews moved in and began the long road to rehabilitation. Now the reddish standalone building (surprisingly) includes a small parking lot, and is apparently just about ready to start serving morning commuters and neighbors looking to get a fix of caffeine.

It’s not an overwhelmingly large space, of course, but there’s room for 18 or 20 seats inside, and there are plans to include WiFi for all the laptop warriors as well. They'll be rolling out flyers to the community in the coming weeks to let them know of some locals-only soft-opening goings on, but for now ownership is putting the final interior touches together.

Look for Nana’s Eatery to serve from 7 a.m. until late afternoon six days a week (sorry Sunday), offering the usual assortment of espresso drinks as well as pastries, salads, and lunchtime sandwiches. Otherwise not much else is known about the place, which as of yet lacks an online presence to speak of.

Per ownership, expect Nana’s to open in the next three weeks or so.

Nana’s Eatery
1903 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA