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Beachwood Café: A Stop for Harry Style Fans

Harry Styles is an intentional artist who has written many songs with a hidden and deeper meaning. On his album Fine Line, fans suspect that many of his songs are related to his breakup with ex-girlfriend Camille Rowe. In the song “Falling,” Styles sings the line: “And I’m well aware I write too many songs about you/ And the coffees at the Beachwood Café.” According to Camille Rowe, this café is one of her go-to breakfast spots. Located in Los Angeles, this café is in the heart of the Hollywood Hills and is loved among the LA community. If you are a Harry Styles fan, this café is a must visit because of its significance and delicious foods.

Beachwood Café first opened on March 1st, 2012, and is known for its fresh and all-natural ingredients. Not only do they offer vegan and vegetarian options, but the whimsical design of the restaurant earned the 2012 AIA Restaurant Design Award. According to their website, they serve “modern American cuisine laced with Asian, Scandinavian, and Mediterranean influences, all made with the highest quality, in-season ingredients.”

On their menu, they offer delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. On their lunch and dinner menu, you can choose from many different sandwiches, salads, bowls, pizzas, wings, and much more. On their coffee menu, you will find different drinks, such as a matcha latte, iced mint matcha, rose water latte, cappuccino, and much more. If you are in the mood for sweeter things, they offer different pastries and pies, such as their banana cream, punakea farms coconut, lemon meringue, and rhubarb pies.

Whether or not you are a Harry Styles fan, the Beachwood Café is a stop that you will want to make if you are ever in Hollywood. You can listen to Harry’s song “Falling,” while enjoying your favorite lattes and food items.

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