This past month La Jolla Village Merchants Association cut the ribbon on two more businesses sure to delight those who live, work and visit La Jolla. Plus, Saturday, June 4, the ribbon will be cut on Java Earth, la Jolla’s newest coffee house.
Havaiana’s –– Located at the corner of Prospect and Herschel, Havaianas has been spreading Brazilian spirit around the world since 1962, With its iconic rubber sole and bright, colorful, and summer-infused designs. Every pair of Havaianas flip flops is still designed and made in its birthplace, Brazil.
A global leader in the sandals category, with over 252 million pairs sold every year in over 100 countries, Havaianas has become synonymous with summer spirit worldwide and is a must-have for beach-goers and trendsetters alike. The company is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil with regional offices in Los Angeles, Madrid and Hong Kong.
Lobster West – A true family business Lobster West sources all of our lobster directly from our friends who fish the icy cold waters of Maine and then ship em’ right out to us here in Southern California, ensuring freshness in every bite! Our sweet and delicious Maine lobster is 100% certified and sustainable, and is served up in our favorite form – the lobster roll!
Java Earth Coffee – The festivities continue in June as Java Earth Coffee opens its second location in La Jolla at the corner of Torrey Pines and Herschel. Everyone is invited to be part of the fun for prizes, free bites and of course, great coffee on June 4 beginning at 10:00 AM
Request a Ribbon Cutting for Your Business – Any business in the La Jolla BID can request a Ribbon Cutting ceremony complete with giant scissors and a professional photographer. Even if your business has been open for a while and you’ve never had a Ribbon Cutting, feel free to reach out HERE. We can help you celebrate anniversaries and other milestones.