The new restaurants features Hawaiian barbecue mainstays that fuse flavors and traditions.
The health-forward salad micro-chain is set to open sometime in late August or early September, according to ownership.
Owners Jack Leahy and Jonathan Strader had hoped to open earlier this year, saying in April that they were targeting June 1 as their grand opening, but Wednesday’s opening gives the business partners a much more symmetrical business anniversary.
Selecting flavors is a family affair: “My daughter likes dragonfruit and she also likes lavender so we have a lavender-rose doughnut and the color is dragonfruit.”
The owners hope to open Little Coyote No. 2 on June 1.
The popular Nevada-based eatery, which counts three locations in the state, can now add Long beach to its vegan family.
With constant customer traffic on a Tuesday afternoon, we’re guessing the locals are already digging the new spot, but don’t take our word for it, try it yourself (or watch the video).
Twice delayed, the 10,000-square-foot space will be located on the second floor of the retail center.
Starting Friday, Nov. 13, locals will be able to order online, via the Mendo app, or through a third party delivery service.
What we have is North Long Beach opening itself up to something different