I’ve been watching the evolution of the tiny space next to the tony salon Jose Eber at 360 N. Camden in Beverly Hills since 2011. First it was 360 Café, then shortly encountered a few troubles, but managed to soldier on until it turned into Nespa Café in 2014. Hopefully three is a charm: Windows are papered over and a new awning are indicating that the space will soon be 3 Ways Café. I’m told that the emphasis will be on chopped salads and lunch items. I’ll keep watching…
It was only about two years ago that 360 Café opened next to the Jose Eber Salon at 360 N. Camden in Beverly Hills. The diminutive coffee shop recently closed down and is getting a redo as well as a new name: Nespa Cafe. Look for an opening in “about 10 days”, according to staff.
Located inside the new(ish) José Eber Hair Salon at 360 N. Camden in Beverly Hills, 360 Cafe is now (soft) open. With entrances from the street as well as directly into the tony salon, the petit, counter-only cafe offers a simple menu of Illy coffee and cafe items featuring baked goods from La Maison du Pain on Pico.
Work is underway on a new cafe at 360 N. Camden in Beverly Hills. Located inside the new José Eber Hair Salon, 360 Cafe will be opening “very soon”. (Or so I was told.) With entrances from the street as well as directly into the tony new salon, the petit cafe will feature a simple menu of coffee and cafe items featuring baked goods from the new-ish La Focacceria Tra di Noi next door. (While investigating the new cafe, a kind receptionist at the salon let me look around unescorted until I stumbled into the station of José Eber himself, who dropped his scissors and stared at me as if I were a janitor stumbling into surgery. I was promptly walked out.)