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Classic Rock Coffee Co. To Bring More Cowbell to Spring Valley

Plus, a second location is in the works

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Classic Rock Coffee Co
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Delayed by the pace of building a 30,342-square-foot retail center, Classic Rock Coffee Co. has reset the clock and is now officially targeting a September or October debut in Spring Valley.

Serving rock-themed food and beverages, the interior will be decorated with memorabilia, instruments and record sleeves, and patrons can groove to a soundtrack including Aerosmith, Heart, and Led Zeppelin.

Rendering Classic Rock Coffee building
Rendering Classic Rock Coffee building
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Located a quarter of a mile from the Ikea Las Vegas store, the built-from-scratch Durango Post Pavilion retail hub is moving forward and the coffee shop will occupy 1,800 square feet of a 3,500-square-foot stand-alone building, adding its own drive-thru.

Joining a full menu of coffee, frappes, smoothies, protein shakes, pastries, and flatbreads will be ”anytime breakfast options,” such as the “War Pig” waffle sandwich, plus Greek chicken bowls, salads and flavored drinks, including the “Raspberry Beret,” “Cinnamon Girl” and “Sister Hazelnut.”

A second, yet-to-be announced Las Vegas location is also promised. Classic Rock Coffee’s currently under construction website gives a possible, but unconfirmed hint of where it is looking, indicating the coffee shop is “opening soon” at 5665 S. Fort Apache Road and downtown on the ground floor of the Ogden.

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Ikea

6500 Ikea Way, Las Vegas, NV 89148 (888) 888-4532 Visit Website

The Ogden

150 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (877) 712-2104 Visit Website

Classic Rock Coffee

Durango Post Pavilion, NWC Durango and Post,, Las Vegas, NV 89128

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