Lights, Coffee, Action – Inside Quentin Tarantino’s Pam’s Coffy

Los Angeles just got a jolt of Tarantino magic with the opening of Pam’s Coffy, the latest hotspot attached to the legendary Vista Theater. Named after the iconic Pam Grier and her starring role in the 1973 film “Coffy,” this caffeine haven is more than just a pit stop – it’s a tribute to a bygone era, served with a side of Tarantino flair.

Walking up to Pam’s Coffy, you’re greeted by the sight of the Coffy sign hanging off the building, Pam Grier’s face emblazoned on the windows, and a quaint outdoor patio. But the real star of the show is the 70s-inflected design inside. With oversized posters from cult classics like “Coffy” and “Goliath and the Vampires,” vintage TVs playing scenes from the era, and a secret movie nook hidden behind a bead curtain, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped straight into a Tarantino film set.

Pam's Coffy coffee mug
Photo Courtesy of Pam’s Coffy Instagram

Pam’s Coffy Menu

But enough about the ambiance, let’s talk about the main event – the coffee. The coffee shop serves up Tarantino’s personal blend, Bold Black Mamba, crafted by Jones Coffee Roasters. And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try one of the flavored options like butterscotch caramel or lavender vanilla? Pair your brew with a rotating selection of pastries from Los Angeles bakery Cake Monkey or indulge in a bowl of your favorite childhood cereal – just like Quentin likes it.

Taking Home a Piece of the Action

And before you leave, don’t forget to snag some merch. From tote bags to t-shirts to mugs with a free pour of Bold Black Mamba, you can take home a piece of Tarantino magic to remember your visit by.

Pam's Coffy Iced Coffee
Photo Courtesy of Pam’s Coffy Instagram

A Local Hot Spot

But Pam’s Coffy isn’t just a cafe; it’s a community hub, a place where locals can come together over a cup of joe and a slice of nostalgia. So whether you’re fueling up before a movie at the Vista Theater or just in need of a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, Pam’s Coffy has got you covered.

So what are you waiting for? Channel your inner Uma Thurman, grab your sunglasses, and head on down for a taste of Tarantino magic. Who knows, you might just find yourself in the middle of your very own cinematic masterpiece.

Pam’s Coffy is located at 4473 Sunset Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Sunday. Follow them on Instagram @PamsCoffy

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