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Classic Rock Coffee Debuts Later This Month in Silverado Ranch

Premium coffees, teas, and themed food debut soon

A latte coffee, piled high with whipped cream poses in front of an eclectic guitar.
Classic Rock Coffee 
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Classic Rock Coffee counts down the days to a late-September debut in the southeast more than three years after the rock n’ roll-themed coffee shop first revealed plans to open in Las Vegas.

Taking over 1,713 square feet at the Sprouts-anchored Silverado Square retail center, the future home of premium coffees, teas, smoothies, protein shakes, and casual-dining options faces Veggy Street and Maui Tacos at the intersection of Silverado Ranch Boulevard and Maryland Parkway.

Decorated with guitars and vinyl record sleeves, and playing tracks to match the interior theme and caffeinated atmosphere, customers can look forward to drinking the “Breakfast in America” blend, or Guatemala sourced “Barracuda Bite,” plus flavored beverages dubbed the “Raspberry Beret” and “Cinnamon Girl.”

A collection of anytime breakfast items highlighted by Belgian waffles and avocado toast, is joined by toasted sandwiches, soups, salads, and shareable dishes, including a spinach artichoke dip.

In the retail section, customers can take home Brazilian, Ethiopian, and Sumatran roasts prepared in “Atomic Punk,” “Living After Midnight,” and “Black in Black” flavors.

Still promising to be the first of several Las Vegas expansions, the original site at the under construction Durango Post Pavilion retail hub in Spring Valley has yet to update its own opening timetable.

Summer Debut Set for Classic Rock Coffee Co. & Kitchen [ELV]

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Veggy Street

5135 South Fort Apache Road, , NV 89148 (702) 798-0708 Visit Website

Maui Tacos

1110 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., Suite 120-130, Las Vegas, NV 89183 702-477-7008

Classic Rock Coffee

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

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