Beverly Hills, we’re now officially open.
We’ve opened our newest café in Los Angeles at 9606 S Santa Monica Blvd. today. The 2,174-square-foot café – located in the golden triangle of Beverly Hills – is the second hotspot in the LA market, joining La Colombe Century City which opened in late June.
When we open a new shop, we seek spaces that have a great story, beautiful architecture, and are in vibrant neighborhoods. Formally the west coast headquarters for Time Magazine, our new location is in the heart of the Beverly Hills shopping district.
“Beverly Hills is an iconic neighborhood with global influence…Ideas, art, and culture converge in Los Angeles and we are excited to be a part of the energy.”
– JP Iberti, President and Co-Founder of La Colombe.
We’re also offering two new menu items exclusive to the LA market.
- Mango Rooibos Chili Iced Tisane. Taking inspiration from the popular Mexican street food of sliced mango with a squeeze of lime juice and dusting of chili powder, the new Iced Tisane is a bright, refreshing, tropical beverage.
- Raw Organic Hemp Mylk. La Colombe will be working with LA-based MYLK (Renew Juicery) to offer freshly-made, locally-sourced Raw Organic Hemp Mylk as a plant-based alternative for crafted beverages like lattes and cappuccinos.
La Colombe Beverly Hills will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. To keep updated on future café developments, grand opening dates, events and other news for La Colombe in Los Angeles, follow #LaColombeLA.
Hey Real Housewives, you know you have to have a coffee in between shopping, fittings, browsing. Please show the new LC on Bravo TV.
And, Watch What Happens Live team, when you are matching guests for late night over your LC coffee & teas, maybe even in NY (doesn’t have to be a cafe in LA), how about Tinsley (RHONY) and, my best matchmaking idea to date (and they are about the same age) Augustin Legrand (the NEW most interesting man). Tinsley deserves to be lucky in love, everyone does.
I moved to SoCal a year ago, lived in Philly the previous 40, my level of coffee sophistication growing along with Todd & Co. since LaColombe’s inception. For adding locations in LA, a heartfelt thanks; now they don’t have to take my word for it.