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Montana Avenue Getting Another Coffee Shop

Go Get Em Tiger coming to 930 Montana Avenue

By Kerry Slater

A new coffee shop in coming to Montana Avenue in Santa Monica.

Signage for Go Get Em Tiger is now up at 930 Montana Avenue in Santa Monica.

An opening date has yet to be announced. When the shop does open, it will be Go Get Em Tiger’s second Santa Monica location, joining a storefront at 2645 Main Street that opened last October. In addition, the shop has locations in Downtown LA, Larchmont, Los Feliz, Highland Park, Culver City and West Hollywood.

According to the their website “Go Get Em Tiger was originally conceived as a place that was not quite as experimental as its sister shop, G&B, but over time our brand has defined itself naturally by the ways coffee, food, and community intersect fluidly.”

The Montana Avenue shop will join a crowded coffee scene. Just across the street for the location is Caffe Luxxe while a few blocks east is Primo Passo Coffee Company and a Starbucks. In addition, further east on Montana La La Land, another coffee shop, recently opened joining a nearby Pete’s Coffee.

Visit gget.com for more information.

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