Between the gourmet groceries, $45 candles, manuka honey elixirs, and baristas who genuinely don’t seem to care whether you live or die, Broome Street General Store is absolutely peak Silver Lake. The coffee is strong, their house-baked scones (which come in flavors like buttermilk cream cheese, Meyer lemon blueberry, and chive feta) are truly delicious, and so what? Maybe we like a little manuka honey every now and then.
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