Saturday, October 30, 2010

NOW OPEN - New cafe in a PV classic building

The building originally housed the General Store and is the design of the famous local architect, Walter Swindell Davis (1897-1973). He had a panache for octagonal spaces, of which there are several in Palos Verdes. Inside the new French-American style cafe is just delightful (Virginia, I think you'd approve.)

9 comments:

spacedlaw said...

They have nice offerings!

brattcat said...

It looks golden.

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable entrance, very charming ambiance and delicious "treats"!Brilliant!
Léia

namaki said...

Miam ! miam ! and it looks cosy !

Laurie said...

Wow, that looks like a cool spot for a bite! I never think of these kinds of buildings in PV, so it's great to learn about the architect. (I guess I should get around more in PV to see his work!)

Merisi said...

What a beautiful place this is!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

daffodil yellow

Almost Precious said...

Such a charming building, has a lot of character. As far as the cafe offerings; I'm afraid I'd never be able to get any further than that amazing dessert cart. :)

Abby Lanes said...

This is such a fabulous addition to our neighborhood! I had a honey vanilla latte and loved it.