Kean Coffee Takes Over Starbucks

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 23, 2008
Score one for the little guy! Fellow blogger and foodie Brekkie Fan sent me a note that the Starbucks at Newport Ave. and Main St. in Tustin is going to become the second outpost of Kean Coffee. Kean — as all caffeine junkies already know — is...
The full article can be read on the OC Weekly website.

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