Madcapra, G&B Coffee at ALAC

January 26, 2016

Grand Central Market's top restaurants come to Santa Monica

Glanville & Babinski coffee stand at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015, photo by Gina Clyne

Art Los Angeles Contemporary is pleased to announce G&B and Madcapra as the on-site restaurants at the seventh edition of the fair.

G&B returns to serve coffee and espresso drinks. The cafe brings the most popular items offered at their downtown location and at Go Get Em Tiger—the specialty coffee shop also founded by Kyle Glanville and Charles Babinski—including their famed iced latte. Babinski, the current United States Barista Champion, will be making drinks on site.

Madcapra is a produce-driven falafel shop founded by chefs Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson. Formerly of Glasserie, Brooklyn, Kramer and Hymanson take pride in the quality of their ingredients and source from sustainable growers in Southern California. Their falafel is gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan-friendly, and made from organic chickpeas. Madcapra serves a variety of sandwiches, fresh salads, snacks, sweets, and specialty drinks at the fair.

Both eateries come to the fair from Grand Central Market, the iconic downtown food court that has enjoyed a culinary renaissance and hosts the city’s most exciting and innovative chefs and stands.

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