Stepping Up. Speaking Up.

It is not one isolated event. It is just not just one person, not one community, not one city, not one state, not one country, but the ENTIRE world is speaking up. The world is stepping up. And so will we, the team at Living Room Coffee Craft. We have come to learn of business practices of our partners at Counter Culture Coffee have turned “a blind eye to racism, to sexism, to harm.” And while the story originates in Philadelphia, we believe that is not an excuse to excuse the silence and ignorance of any act of prejudice in

Bakers Against Racism

Juneteenth, an American holiday celebrating the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in the Confederacy on June 19, 1865. And in honor of this date, our team at Living Room Coffee Craft decided to something a little extra this year. Due to recent events, we believe it is time for our voices to be heard – we will not stand for racism, sexism, or prejudice. Until the end of business on Saturday, June 19, all proceeds from our pastry sales in our shop will be donated to the East Oakland Collective (EOC), a group “invested in serving the

LR – Santa Clara Public Health Update

Community, Santa Clara Public Health Office announced Monday the “shelter-in-place” policy.  It’s a policy that will blanket the entire Bay Area to help mitigate the exponential spread rate of Sars-COV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 update.  All non-essential businesses are asked to cease operations, and everyone is asked to remain at home unless there is an essential need to leave (i.e. groceries, food, or medical needs).  Only essential travel is allowed, and public transit will continue.  Above all, please practice social distancing (staying six feet apart as best as possible) when out in the public to prevent the spread of