Aussie Coffee Set to Take Over LA

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[B]luestone Lane, a Melbourne-influenced café chain that built a following for its Instagram-worthy avo-smashs and ice cream cones filled with lattes on the East Coast, announced its third Los Angeles location to open in 2018. The new digs will be set in a former flower shop on the corner of West 3rd Avenue and South Crescent Heights Boulevard.  Customers can look forward to all-day eggs, Rainforest Alliance-certified coffees, whimsical pastries, and a floral-centric interior design. Opening day is slated for early October.

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