Thank You Is More Than a Name at This Chinatown Coffee Pop-Up

Launched right at the start of the pandemic, Thank You Coffee in Chinatown’s Central Plaza is paying it forward with drinks for frontline workers
Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • July 6, 2020
Red benches sit vacant in Chinatown’s sun-soaked Central Plaza. Coin-operated kiddie rides haven’t seen any action for weeks beneath Gin Ling Way’s iconic red lanterns. It’s noon, but most storefronts are dark and locked. One door remains open...
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