Shreebs Coffee, a popup concept that launched in a residential backyard in Venice, Calif., in 2012, has evolved to now occupy a semi-permanent home inside a repurposed shipping container in the Los Angeles Arts District.
Owners Casey Goch and Ren Fuller-Wasserman have been manually pouring individual cups of hot coffee alongside a menu of iced coffee, multiple cold-brew latte offerings (a “choco chili,” a “salted dulce” and a horchata) since this past fall at the intersection of Colyton and Palmetto Streets, following the Shreebs mission to help provide a space for genuine connections between people over a simple coffee platform.
The Sheebs team had previously set up shop at Culver City furniture store HD Buttercup, and their marketing and website shine as much light on local artists and craftspeople as they do on coffee. With bright green artificial turf and large umbrellas for outdoor seating, Shreebs’ new Arts District home keeps the backyard vibe very much alive, while sharing the public space with a juice bar.
Daily Coffee News contributor Amparo Rios recently stopped by to capture the new Shreebs digs in all its pastel vibrancy.
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