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Lamill Coffee
1636 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Lamill Coffee, housed in a funky red building, is a Silverlake stalwart popular with the hipster crowd. In addition toMore classic coffee shop fare, it offers healthy, delicious meals. Lamill also has a great selection of wines, craft brews and sake. There's inside and outside seating, as well as ample parking. 
Yolk
1626 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
If there ever were a store that fit perfectly into it's neighborhood, it certainly would be Yolk. The quirkly littleMore retailer almost looks like another face in the Silverlake hipster crowd, that's how well it blends in. The store offers a variety of products, mostly vibrant and bohemian wares for the home, along with retro and organic furniture design. Yolk also sells a collection of funky and vivid apparel for women. An ever-changing array of unique gifts can be found here as well.
Millie's Restaurant and Bakery
3524 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Millie's Restaurant and Bakery is a favorite brunch spot among Silver Lake residents, particularly the hipster set. TheMore French roast coffee is always fresh-ground and the wholesome food is served in ample portions. When the weather is nice the outdoor tables are a great place to people watch and while finding parking can be a bit of a hassle, most agree that the food is well-worth the trouble.
Sew LA
1637 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Sew LA was started in 2007, in the heart of Silverlake, LA's hipster haven. The school offers a number of sewing classesMore for all levels, whether you're an at home seamstress or an aspiring designer. In addition to classes, Sew LA sells a variety of patterns, fabrics and sewing supplies. The store purchases organic and sustainable fabrics whenever possible and also sells Janome sewing machines. Fabric lines available here include Alexander Henry, Echino and Mettler.
Little Joy
1477 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Little Joy is a local dive bar located on W Sunset Blvd in historic Echo Park. Opened in 1972, this grungy staple of theMore neighborhood attracts hipsters and older locals. The bar recently changed management though, so instead of playing obscure indie music they now play Top 40 pop and hip-hop, which has thinned out the tragically hip clientele. Sometimes they'll have a DJ spinning for the night and there is also a jukebox if you want to queue your favorite song when the DJ's not around. Drinks aren't too pricey for the area — you can get a Pabst Blue Ribbon or a shot for only a few dollars. While the artsy energy that once filled this spot has recently faded, you can still have a good time with friends and meet some interesting characters.