Lord Windsor Roasters in Downtown Long Beach is Cyclist Approved

The wide open bar and absence of Wi-fi in Lord Windsor’s Roasters supports a social atmosphere in which talking to a neighbor or getting lost in each sip of your delicious beverage is completely justified.

In the middle of Downtown Long Beach is a little coffee shop called Lord Windsor Roasters. From the moment you walk in the clean lines of the bar and the open feeling inside make it apparent that their focus is solely on the craft of roasting and brewing the best coffee they can make. They roast on-site every few days and even have a specific roast for their cold brew! In addition to producing the best cup they also encourage the best possible environment for enjoying the cup too. The wide open bar and absence of Wi-fi supports a social atmosphere in which talking to a neighbor or getting lost in each sip of your delicious beverage is completely justified.

Check out the Long Beach Bike Share at the corner of 3rd st. and Cerritos, right outside of Lord Windsor’s.

Fresh Coffee is Right Off the Bike Trail

By bike:

If you’re heading West, you’ll take PCH towards Long Beach and make a left when you hit E. 2nd Street. You’ll ride for 3.7 miles until you turn right onto Falcon Ave., at which point you’ll ride for 0.2 miles to turn left onto E 3rd St. Your destination will be on the right.

If you’re heading East towards Long Beach, you’ll take the Los Angeles River Bicycle Path to exit left towards W. 6th St. Make a sharp right on W. 6th St. followed by a right on Maine St. Turn left on W. Broadway and ride for a mile until you turn left on Alamitos Ave., quickly followed by a right onto E. 3rd St. Your destination will be on the left.

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