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La Colombe Opens Its First West Coast Stand-Alone Cafe In Beverly Hills
La Colombe coffee is continuing its push into the L.A. market by opening its first stand-alone cafe in Beverly Hills.
The new location takes over the former Time Magazine west coast headquarters along little Santa Monica in Beverly Hills across from the Sprinkles. The 2,100-square-foot storefront will act as the default flagship for the brand as it sets to open a roastery (in Frogtown) and at least two additional stores (in Santa Monica and in the former Casbah Cafe space in Silver Lake) over the coming months. La Colombe's Westfield Century City mall outpost opened earlier this year, and the coffee brand has already established a presence on the East Coast with cafes in cities like New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
“Beverly Hills is an iconic neighborhood with global influence,” JP Iberti, co-founder of La Colombe said in a release about the new location's opening.
The store will offer its full range of beverages, including some new options specific to L.A. Moreover, Sugarbloom Bakery will supply pastries, Bread Lounge will have sandwiches and salads on offer, and Luquiteria will provide juices.
La Colombe Beverly Hills is located at 9606 South Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills. (310) 402-2821. Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays, with an 8 a.m. opening on weekends.