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Recession Obsession + Eye Nosh: Scones at The Coffee House in Newhall

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Recently the Santa Clarita Valley has been getting some love from the culinary world. Last month, an LAist photo pool contributor extolled the virtues of a meaty flatbread pizza at Tri-Tipps. This past weekend, KPCC's Off-Ramp had a story on the SCV as an unexpected foodie destination.

Now, while we won't go as far as calling Santa Clarita a culinary Mecca--have you counted the fast food signs from the 5 freeway?--we did find some awesome scones to obsess over at The Coffee House in Awesometown-adjacent Newhall.

Located in a Western-themed strip mall on Lyons Avenue, the small shop's co-owned by friends Christina David and Diana Zahreddine. Since they opened The Coffee House on July 1, they've been offering salads, sandwiches and breakfast items--but none more delicious than David's homemade scones.

The best seller? The white chocolate raspberry. But the selections can change almost daily, depending on what she feels like baking. While the scones are on the small side, you can't beat the price of these bite-sized treats: two scones for $1.

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The Coffee House is only open for breakfast and lunch and not open on Sundays.

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