We’ve been tracking the progress of Michigan-based Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea since last autumn and as you can see in the above photo their signage is now up. Check out their menu here. Now that summer has arrived hopefully they’ll be opening very soon… 🤞
Stem Salon, located on Locust St. in downtown Walnut Creek, is relocating next month to a spacious corner spot at the corner of Bonanza St. and N. California Blvd. in the Lyric apartment complex a few blocks away.
Last September we learned about Michigan-based Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea coming to the Lyric apartments in downtown Walnut Creek and the window signage is now up. It looks like there is going to be a nice sized patio area in front. I look forward to checking this place out. Check out their menu here and learn more about the founders here.
In September we learned that the laser hair removal salon LaserAway would be relocating from their N. Main St. location in downtown Walnut Creek a few blocks away to the new Lyric apartment complex and they have now reopened. Check out their Walnut Creek services here.
Over four years ago we first learned of a little public parklet within a new apartment and retail complex (now known as Lyric) coming to downtown Walnut Creek and the Water Light Public Plaza is now open to the public. As you can see in the photo below there is a new cool-looking work of art along the back wall.
The laser hair removal salon LaserAway is relocating a few blocks from their N. Main St. location to the new Lyric apartment complex later this year on Bonanza St. in downtown Walnut Creek. Sandwiched in between Drybar and Sweetwaters Cafe, check out their Walnut Creek services here.
Michigan-based Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea is opening their first California location right in downtown Walnut Creek at the new Lyric complex on Bonanza St, a couple of stores down from Drybar, which opened recently. Check out their menu here. They feature a variety of coffees and teas such as French Vietnamese Au Lait and Cocoa Cappuccino and teas like Winter Blossom and Japanese Sencha. They also offer frozen drinks, shakes and pastries, desserts as well as lighter fare such as quiche, sandwiches and salads. Interestingly, it looks like the boba craze must have not hit Michigan as I don’t see any mention of boba drinks!
Wei and Lisa Bee founded the first Sweetwaters in 1993 in downtown Ann Arbor near their alma mater, The University of Michigan. Inspired by their love of food and drink and driven by their creativity, Sweetwaters was conceived and brought to life. The marvelous result: a coffeehouse that celebrates classic café fare alongside globally influenced coffees and teas in an environment that is both classic and friendly—just like Wei and Lisa.
The sidewalk around the new Lyric apartment complex in downtown Walnut Creek has opened up with the blowout salon Drybar opening soon and as you can see in the above sign the apartments are now leasing. Check out the pricing and availability on their website here. A <500 sf studio starts at $2,300 while a 1BR ranges from $2,669 to about $3,500. The most expensive unit, at 1,316 sf, goes for over $5,000. Check out all the amenities here. Community highlights include a rooftop deck, outdoor lounge with firepit and on-site fitness center. Apartments are equipped with washer/dryer, dishwasher, kitchen island, walk-in closet and more.
Last spring we learned that the blowout salon Drybar would be coming to the new Lyric apartment complex in downtown Walnut Creek and the temporary window signage now up points to an opening on Bonanza St. Check out their services here. Note that Blow Dry Bar Studio is located in the nearby Mercer apartment complex.