Dutch Bros. Coffee is closer to launch in midtown Lompoc, according to a company spokeswoman who said the big day possibly is just weeks away.
“We don’t have a date set yet, but we’re aiming to open toward the end of this month or early next year,” the spokeswoman said Tuesday.
The 871-square-foot drive-through shop, located at 825 N H Street, was formerly the site of the town’s iconic wine barrel-shaped restaurant, La Botte, which was demolished in August.
The 40-year-old restaurant now is located at 812 North H Street.
According to Lompoc Planning Manager Brian Halvorson, the 40-year-old La Botte restaurant, located at 825 N H Street, was demolished approximately a week ago to make room for the construction of a Dutch Bros. 871-square-foot drive-through coffee shop.
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Lisa André covers lifestyles and local news for Santa Ynez Valley News and Lompoc Record.