clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Lamill Coffee Expands to the Beverly Center Next

The stylish Silver Lake espresso bar opens July 7

LaMill Coffee Los Angeles
LaMill Silver Lake
Mona Holmes is a reporter for Eater Los Angeles and a regular contributor to KCRW radio. She has covered restaurants, dining, and food culture since 2016. In 2022, the James Beard Foundation nominated her for a Jonathan Gold Local Voice Award.

As the $500 million dollar Beverly Center revamp moves towards completion, some businesses aren’t waiting for the site to finish construction before opening to the public. The eighth floor food court known as The Street has a tenant ready for a July 6 opening, Lamill Coffee.

This expansion won’t be a full sit-down cafe, but according to owner Craig Min will have a collection of beverages and food for a quick takeaway experience. Min took customer favorites and created a new line of frozen beverages, along with traditional coffee drinks and teas, sandwiches and salads from Cal Mare, and pastries from Farmshop.

Lamill is one of twelve tenants at Michael Mina’s personally curated food hall. Mina’s relationship with the coffee roaster goes back to the original LAMill on Silverlake Boulevard. Min started the process back in early 2017, but the build-out only started three months ago.

Lamill’s Silver Lake location hit the ten-year mark in January, with an outlet in LAX’s Tom Bradley Terminal, as well as International Marketplace’s food hall in Honolulu. Min just reached a 20-year mark in the coffee business and clearly wants to expand, hinting that he’s scouting new spaces in LA.