Blue Bottle Coffee moves into Woodland Hills shopping plaza that once featured Cables Restaurant


A newly remodeled Woodland Hill’s shopping plaza that formerly housed famous Cables Restaurant will host a new tenant as the shopping center’s owners try to woo a crowd of young and hip customers.

The Valley Country Mart at 20929 Ventura Blvd., which completed a facelift last summer will welcome Sunday, Feb. 10, California-based Blue Bottle Coffee known for its high-end, cold brewed coffees and oat milk lattes.

In the last few months, about six new businesses signed leases, including Lodge Bread Co., Healthy Greens and Blue Bottle Coffee, at the shopping center known for Cables Restaurant, which vacated the plaza after anchoring it for more than 40 years. About 20 spaces remain available.

It’s unclear who will replace the popular restaurant but the plaza owners said they were looking for a non-chain restaurant.

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On Sunday, Blue Bottle Coffee will host a Community Day and greet customers with free coffee from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All proceeds from food and merchandise sales will be donated to their local charity partner, the LA LGBT Center, according to the company.


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Source:  https://www.dailynews.com/2019/02/08/blue-bottle-coffee-will-join-former-wooldland-hills-site-of-cables-restaurant-on-ventura-boulevard/




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