Temporary shop hours: 7 am - 3 pm.
We are open. We are pivoting. We are attempting sanity and service to our community. With less folks commuting to work, the demand to be open at 6 am is practically zero, so we are opening an hour later than usual and closing an hour earlier.
Other things to note:
-Pick-up window is open so you can wait outside
-To-go orders only, in our paper cups
-We're baking bread & biscuits! If the grocer is out, we've got fresh brioche & rustic loaves available
Stay up to date as we adapt further on Instagram...
Right here in Southern California, Spanish words are part of our culture. We live on streets called Presidio, have schools named Estancia and call towns like Costa Mesa home. Everyone knows a little Spanish, right? “Hola” and “Adios” are familiar to most and often used in conversation. A friendly greeting—a sendoff. Hello. Goodbye.
But the coffee culture starts at the other end of the world. Hola Adios is inspired by the travels of the green buyers that source the coffees we serve—gone for weeks at a time, living simply and visiting coffee farmers in North, Central and South America, Africa and Indonesia. We want to capture the nomadic spirit that draws people to travel to lesser known destinations—a sense of adventure and discovery, a picturesque landscape, or the chance to experience a new culture and meet new friends.
So while our name is from near and far, our hope is that Hola Adios Coffeeshop is warm, worldly and inviting to you.
We have a variety of hot and cold drinks, including espresso, coffee, tea, matcha, draft kombucha, cold brewed tea and coffee, hot chocolate, chocolate milk, kidccinos, and a whole bunch of Topo Chico. Our pastries are baked fresh in-house every morning—it really is worth trying every one at least once. Breakfast burritos are available Wednesday - Sunday from 7am to 2pm.
Our Sundries section provides a little extra fun beyond the standard coffeeshop offerings. Blankets, beach bags, pins, handplanes, mugs, whole bean coffee, worry dolls, Jacobsen Salt sweets like wild flower honey and salty caramels, and keychains, coasters and field note/passport books, all handmade from leather scraps by JH Leatherworks.