Intense coffee drinks with a skater vibe and horror theme are coming to Bixby Knolls later this month when Rad Coffee opens its third SoCal location.
Sometimes you want to hang out with a friend, or a book, or a sketchpad, or your laptop and some homework and grab a coffee and not feel like you can’t take all the time in the world.
A small lounging area in the front window with a sofa and chair offers a welcoming spot to sip coffee or a glass of natural wine with a book, or a conversation. The rest of the room is filled with small tables that are perfect for spreading out and enjoying the vibe.
To owner Andrew Nishimoto a coffee shop invokes creativity and collaboration. Whether it’s a business wanting to grow its footprint or a regular neighborhood group that wants to plan its next gathering, he encourages it all.
Nolan Wood said, “I only looked at a couple of other locations before I saw this one and it just immediately felt right.”
Collaborative Coffee Bar’s adventurous trial-and-error style created some duds but also some unique drinks that owner Robert Lopez says keep customers hooked.
For the first-time business owner and proprietor of Pop’s Java, his new shop is more than just coffee, it’s a symbol of his love and admiration for his dad.
“It’s definitely a jumble of emotions.”
Black Forge Coffee roasters is road-tripping around the country selling coffee and raising funds for independent music venues.
Nestled just on the outskirts of Retro Row, an area well-known for its independent coffee houses, Coffee Drunk has already hooked a growing number of regulars.