Lemonade Beverly restaurant, located at 9001 Beverly Boulevard, has left the building after being within the city limits of West Hollywood for the past 15 years. A sign at the door states that their lease ended, but it does not give reasons why they did not renew their lease after being at that location for over well over a decade. Their website also lists the Lemonade Beverly location as permanently closed and encourages customers to visit a nearby location.
Lemonade first debuted in the city of West Hollywood in 2008, and has grown since its debut. It currently has 21 locations throughout California. It had 27 locations prior to the pandemic. It becomes yet another West Hollywood business that is closing due to the end of a lease.
Sprouts Farmers Market, located at 8550 Santa Monica Blvd. Ste 100, also recently announced that it is closing on April 30, 2023. The supermarket chain known for offering a wide selection of natural and organic foods, including fresh produce, bulk foods, vitamins, and more, is leaving West Hollywood after opening just under four years.
According to an employee at the West Hollywood location, Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc decided not to renew their lease in WeHo, which is up in May. They are looking for opportunities to open at a different location.
The Lemonade menu describes itself as creative and diverse as California itself. They believe good food is in the taste buds of the beholder and an affordable, high-quality meal is for everyone. Committed to welcoming the varied needs of today’s modern diners, brightly colored food chain offers vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, as well as a range of distinctive entrees, bowls, sides and desserts.
They boast a time-crunched but food-savvy individuals with the simple allure of beautifully prepared salads, hearty braised proteins, toasted sandwiches, decadent desserts, and of course – thirst-quenching, handcrafted lemonades.
The closest location to West Hollywood is in Larchmont Village, at 626 N Larchmont Blvd.
I like lemonade but that location is just so odd. There isn’t much foot traffic on that stretch of Beverly.
I’m guessing more people flocked to trendier places nearby like Urth, Great White, Butcher’s Daughter, Zinc
We’ve lost yet another business. How very sad…and alarming.