Alfred Coffee, the fast-growing Los Angeles-based coffee shop, is opening a new location in Marina del Rey at 4635 Admiralty Way.
The company’s 16th Los Angeles location will move to The Boardwalk Shops at an unknown time, according to Toddrickallen. Founder Joshua Zad declined to comment on the opening date or additional details. The new coffee shop will join several other eateries already at the shopping center, such as HiHo Cheeseburger, KazuNori, UOVO, and a few others. Alfred Coffee is also working on opening a new location in LAX’s Terminal 3, which is scheduled to open sometime this month.
While the company continues to expand throughout Los Angeles County, fans of the brand can also find one of its coffee shops in San Francisco and Austin. Alfred Coffee also has four international sites in Osaka, Shinjuku, Kuwait City, and Yarmouk. All locations, including the upcoming Marina del Rey site, offer everything a coffee lover would need. Customers can buy coffee by the pour or bag, merchandise, and other coffee-related accessories, such as Alfred’s World Famous Vanilla Syrup.
“With the opening of every new Alfred, whether in Los Angeles or Austin or Tokyo, our mission is one and the same: for every customer, both new or loyal, to walk out of Alfred as thrilled with their experience as they are with their drink,” according to the company’s website.