Pets are welcome community members at Ivy Station and Healthy Spot will be there to provide everything needed for a pet's healthy lifestyle. The approximately 2,000-square-foot facility offers a wide range of quality dog and cat products and nutritious foods made from premium ingredients that are manufactured safely and ethically. Healthy Spot also provides best-in-class dog grooming, obedience training and nutrition consultations.
From hot and powerful to slow and mindful, YogaSix offers six types of classes all designed to be energizing, empowering and fun. In its 1,600-square-foot studio, members will have access to expert staff trained in the YogaSix methodology that welcomes beginners and challenges those with a deeper practice, guiding all toward the achievement of their fitness goals. In addition to modern yoga in a friendly, boutique setting, the studio offers the latest trends in activewear as well as mat and towel service for member convenience.
Recognizing the vital role of flexibility for a healthier life, StretchLab, with its highly trained Flexologists, will open an approximately 1,000-square-foot studio. StretchLab has redefined the approach to a good stretch. Clients receive customized stretches that identify tightness and imbalances through a combination of static, dynamic and PNF stretching. Improving range of motion and flexibility is essential for people of all ages and abilities.
Equator Coffees will open its first Southern California cafe at Ivy Station, in an approximately 1,400-square-foot space along with an outdoor seating area, offering its signature beverages as well as an appealing selection of menu items for breakfast and lunch. Equator Coffees is a California company known for its exceptional quality coffees that are created in a sustainable and socially responsible manner. Its cafes are uniquely tailored to their neighborhood and serve as welcoming centers for diverse communities to connect through the craft of coffee. Founded in 1995 in Marin County, the company has its own coffee roastery, a farm in Panama, was an early partner of Fair Trade USA and was the first California roaster to become a certified B Corporation.
Following a stellar debut in Hawthorne, Los Angeles Ale Works will open its second tasting room here in approximately 1,800 square feet plus an outdoor patio. Fresh, daily brewing is their mission, finding inspiration in the community is their passion. With over 20 taps, Los Angeles Ale Works' second tasting room will be a showcase for its diverse range of locally inspired beer. This gathering place for the community will connect and engage customers with beer education, themed nights, bright artwork and a whole lot of fun.
An iconic New York eatery, Mamoun's falafel is entering the Southern California market opening its first location in an approximately 1,700-square-foot space along with an outdoor dining area. Mamoun's serves authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine and served in a traditional environment. The menu is built around its own signature recipes, with each item made from scratch and from only the freshest natural ingredients and imported spices. Opened in 1971 in Greenwich Village, Mamoun's has a devoted following that is drawn to its high-quality food, fast service and affordable prices. It is the oldest falafel restaurant in New York and one of the first Middle Eastern establishments in the United States. Mamoun's Culver City will be locally-owned and operated by the Yusufaly and Kapadia families with additional locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area coming in the near future.