Category: california

‘All In This Together’ at the New Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen in Los Angeles

Inspirational messages such as “We’re All In This Together” and “What A Time To Be Alive” painted throughout the second location of the Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen in Los...

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Augie’s Coffee Closes Shops Amid COVID-19, Though Some Workers Cry Foul

The quality-focused Southern California roasting company Augie’s Coffee has announced it is indefinitely closing all five of its retail cafes, citing concerns related to the worsening pandemic and recent...

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San Francisco’s Noe Valley Coffee Spins Laundromat into Noe Cafe

In the San Francisco neighborhood of Noe Valley, a longstanding laundromat with a quaint coffee bar up front has entered a new cycle. The jumbo-size washers and dryers within...

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Stereoscope Coffee Adds Depth to Orange County with Second Shop

Even through masks and plexiglass barriers, customers at Stereoscope Coffee Co.‘s second retail shop in Newport Beach, California, are treated to a deep sensory excursion. Not only is there...

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A Sightglass to Behold: The SF Company Opens Expansive LA Flagship, Offers Provisions

Sightglass owners Jerad and Justin Morrison’s hard work with a talented new staff in opening an expansive and attractive roastery and restaurant location in Los Angeles has at last...

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Despite the Swirling Winds, Voyager Craft Coffee Opens Third Bay Area Shop

Santa Clara, California-based Voyager Craft Coffee has boldly ventured forward  this month, opening of its third retail location. While the new shop is currently limited to walk-up business due...

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Everyone is Invited to #RallyForCoffee on Saturday, April 11

We could outline the numerous ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted the coffee industry. Instead, for now, let’s devote our mental energy to one thing, one...

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Coffee Roasters Are Creating Blends to Benefit Laid-Off Staffers

As more roasters are forced to toe an increasingly blurry line between the health and safety of their staff and the financial health of their business amid the coronavirus...

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US Small Business Administration Eases Access to Low-Interest Loans

The United States Small Business Administration has eased entry requirements for low-interest disaster relief loans of up to $2 million in 17 U.S. states and counting. Over the past...

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Class-Action Suit Claims Some Starbucks Drinkers Getting Shorted on Caffeine

A class-action lawsuit filed last month in California is accusing coffee giant Starbucks of short-changing customers on caffeine. On behalf of plaintiff Teresa Adams, lawyers from the California office...

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Goodboybob Seeks Greatness with New LA County Roastery

With a 15-kilo Loring Falcon roaster up and running in a new production facility in Torrance, California, Goodboybob has taken exacting control of its quality-first coffee program. For the...

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