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Alfred Coffee Readies Itself for Upcoming Brentwood Domination

The popular third wave coffee outlet is primed to begin serving Brentwood any day now.

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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Just like that, there’s a third Alfred Coffee about to land in Brentwood. While not quite ready for its prime time debut, the always-stylish L.A. mini-chain is just about ready to launch, after taking over a standalone space last summer.

Alfred Coffee, of course, is the seriously hip two year old coffee operation that initially started on Melrose Place, before branding out quickly with Alfred in the Alley, a tucked away shop doing nitro cold brews and those now infamous coffee cones. Brentwood marks the third shop by owner Josh Zad in less than 24 months.

Cones and $10 lattes are still available at the new shop, which sports a toned down interior compared to the Alley location. Teal tile and a wallpapered ceiling make for a bit of fun charm, while the long wooden bar seems an elegant match. Baristas will still be brewing with Stumptown and offering nitro cold brew on tap, as well as the addition of health-ade kombucha tea on tap. And in perfect fashion, Pressed Juicery, Compartes chocolates, Farmshop pastries, and Hedley & Bennett aprons will be available for sale as well.

Alfred is sure to be a hit in Brentwood, thanks to its cool factor, quality coffee, and walkable location. No official word yet on an opening date or retail hours for Alfred Coffee in Brentwood but it won’t be long; Zad and his team promised at late February start, and that seems to be just about right.

Alfred Coffee
11908 San Vicente
Brentwood, CA