A first of its kind, Partake is comprised of 25,000 square feet of old building converted into nine individual kitchens ranging from 370 to 750 square feet, including a 1,200 square foot communal kitchen with five fully equipped rentable cooking suites.
The store’s main focus is dry goods like beans, rice, nuts, seeds, flour, fresh ground nut butters (that you can grind yourself), spices, coffee (Long Beach’s own Black Ring), tea, fresh bread, oils (Nuvo Olive Oi), vinegars, and snacks.
Nolan Wood said, “I only looked at a couple of other locations before I saw this one and it just immediately felt right.”
The new juice bar is set to open Saturday, Dec. 4 with a grand opening ceremony at 1 p.m.
Meat & Vino owner, Al Valadez, said he hopes to create an old-school butcher shop feel where everyone feels welcome, that’s why he chose to select a location that was embedded in a neighborhood.
There are banana pudding pies, cakes, cupcakes, popsicles, sandwiches, even tacos.
Jacqueline Estrada’s business bloomed when people stuck at home turned to succulents and indoor plants for a connection to nature. Now she’s opening a store at SteelCraft.
A camouflage Chevrolet Silverado wheels around the cherry-red trailer that features her company logo, a charming caricature of her father and his garage.
The poke chain opens for takeout and delivery only slated for mid-May.
The popular bar and music venue officially reopened under new ownership Saturday, April 10.