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
Belmont Shore’s Second Street has no real, all-out breakfast spot—these two women are hoping to change that.
Ample Hills Creamery, the beloved East Coast ice cream shop that has built up a massive following, is opening its sole West Coast location at the retail complex 2nd & PCH today at 10 a.m.