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October 28, 2021

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James Coffee Now Open in North Park

<img alt="" src="https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/91rS6earDRC3V5FDJS9iNEmZ0ps=/0x0:1440x1080/1310x983/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/65162985/james_coffee_north_park.0.jpeg"> <small>Mario A. Cortez</small> The locally based company operates two more outposts, one at 2870 Fourth Ave in Banker’s Hill and its flagship James Space location at 2355 India Street in Little Italy, in addition to its roasting facility in the Middletown district. <a href="https://jamescoffeeco.com/"><strong>James Coffee Co.’s</strong></a> third location in San Diego is now open at a mixed-use space on 30th Street in North Park, near the intersection with Meade Street. The new shop has been running on a limited schedule during its soft opening period, but will be kicking off its regular business hours from 7 a.m. through 6 p.m. starting this week. The recently opened North Park shop will offer James Coffee’s standard menu of single origin beans and house blends in drip and espresso-based drinks. The 800-square-foot space includes an outdoor deck with seating, several tables, and a standing bar. Branded merchandise and fresh bags of beans are available on display cases. The local roaster launches its third cafe

Mario A. Cortez The locally based company operates two more outposts, one at 2870 Fourth Ave in Banker’s Hill and its flagship James Space location at 2355 India Street in Little Italy, in addition to its roasting facility in the Middletown district. The local roaster launches its third cafe
The recently opened North Park shop will offer James Coffee’s standard menu of single origin beans and house blends in drip and espresso-based drinks. The 800-square-foot space includes an outdoor deck with seating, several tables, and a standing bar. Branded merchandise and fresh bags of beans are available on display cases.
James Coffee Co.’s third location in San Diego is now open at a mixed-use space on 30th Street in North Park, near the intersection with Meade Street. The new shop has been running on a limited schedule during its soft opening period, but will be kicking off its regular business hours from 7 a.m. through 6 p.m. starting this week.