Lord Windsor was a trailblazer in the caffeinated world of Long Beach—and they are continuing the spirit of boundary breaking.
North Long Beach’s first independent coffee shop, Black Ring Coffee, is now home to the nation’s best cold brew on nitro.
After opening its first location beyond the Orange Curtain inside East Long Beach’s LBX complex, Portola Coffee will be opening a second Long Beach location, this time in Downtown.
A paperwork glitch—or an oopsie, as co-founder Pam Leslie cat-ladylikely put it—has postponed the city’s first brick-and-mortar cat cafe, called Feline Good Social Club for at least 28 days.
“Our shop is all about good/welcoming vibes, loud music, straight forward coffee, and local art,” said Wolf’s Brew owner Bryer Garcia.
In honor of the shop’s third birthday, patrons can experience a one-weekend-only menu that includes concoctions ranging from a caramelized apple latte to a peanut butter espresso shake.
DTLB is quickly cementing its place as the King of Caffeination when it comes to the Long Beach cafe scene.
The coffee company that was founded on the beans-by-bike delivery idea opened its first brick-and-mortar coffee shop nearly three years ago—and coming soon, it will open its second location at the northeast corner of Eighth Street and Pine Avenue in DTLB.
A Long Beach-centric infusion of retail with food is invading Redondo.