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French Press Opening Goleta Shop


The French Press announced this week it will open a new location in Goleta. The new shop, which is the company’s third on the South Coast, will be at 250 Storke Road near the corner of Storke and Hollister avenues.

The French Press will lease about 1,800 square feet of the existing building, which was formerly housed by Bicycle Bob’s. The deal was brokered by Radius Commercial Real Estate & Investments.

According to a press release from Radius, the French Press plans to include a more open layout and new patios for coffee lovers to enjoy their locally roasted brews and baked goods. Their two other locations are on State Street and Anacapa Street.

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