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The Assembly Will Further Boost WeHo's Coffee Game Later This Month

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Robertson Boulevard is getting a lot more caffeinated.

The Assembly, West Hollywood
The Assembly, West Hollywood
The Assembly

The western reaches of West Hollywood are becoming even more impacted with great coffee options these days. Zinque opened last year on Melrose, and Alfred in the Alley, just west of La Cienega, wasn’t far behind. More recently, Verve Coffee is going in along Melrose, up near the ever-popular Gracias Madre.

And now comes The Assembly, which dubs itself as a 'cafe, retail, and community space’ along swanky so-called West Hollywood Design District along Robertson.

The beautiful, wood-focused shop is still coming together inside, but owner Shi Jun Ng says that a May 25 soft-opening is happening as planned. The Assembly’s artsy Instagram is already showing off some of the design elements inside, and as of late April they were looking for qualified baristas help to launch the shop.

Pastries and toasts will come from The Larder, and there are loose plans to use the space in the future to help bring the disparate west-West Hollywood community together. As for coffee, look for beans exclusively from Counter Culture, who themselves are in the process of opening up an L.A.-based coffee training center in Silver Lake.

Opening hours for The Assembly will run Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., with truncated Sunday hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Assembly
634 N. Robertson Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA

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