Caffè Bene, South Korean Coffee Chain, To Open in Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 4, 2014
A reader e-mailed me this yesterday: “Since you had the scoop on Burntzilla coming to the Trader Joe's shopping center, I'm wondering if you know what might be going in the space across the street that used to be Seattle's Best Coffee? The...
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