With its comfy chairs and its wide selection of groovin' tunes from the 1940's and up, Butler's Coffee is a cut above your average pre-fab coffee bar. A full-service coffee house, Butler's offers a wide array of delicious, freshly brewed coffee and coffee drinks, a full menu of smoothies, delectable sandwiches and baked goods; and live acoustic music.

We're not pre-fab coffee sloggers. There'll be no "fresh-packed" coffee or "pre-brewed" espresso shots used at Butler's -- we make coffee the way it's supposed to be done. Our baristas aren't just glorified button-pushers -- they actually know how to make great coffee.


And check out our CALENDAR.


Something to sing about,
Tune up a string about...

Tom Renuad


Down Home Time

Sure, sometimes you just wanna jam the volume up to eleven and rock out until your back ain't got no bone, and come home smelling of sin and regret, but sometimes it's sorta cool to just chill, hang out with a few friends and enjoy a decent cup of coffee, some delicious baked goods and some good ol' folk music. Think of it as quiet time for the soul; solace in an acoustic vein.

Fortunately, that's exactly what we have in mind for you this weekend.
We're going to really folk you up. In a good way.

First up is our old pal TOM RENAUD, a contemporary folksinger, a real-deal troubadour, an acclaimed singer/songwriter & superb acoustic guitarist who's been playing for over 40 years, and has a couple of hundred songs under his belt. This rambling kinda guy (and his beard) have entertained folks everywhere from concert halls and conferences to schools, churches and coffee houses in the States, Canada and Europe, dazzling them with sterling originals and a deft repertoire that ranges from Irish harp melodies to the Beatles.

And then some more of our good buddies will be returning to Butler's stage. DOWN HOME TIME, featuring BC Cameron, Dennis C. Brown & certified hoot Tholow Chan (sitting in for Simeon Pillich) will be dishing out their own unique and satisfying blend of "down home" folk. They start with a stock broth of comedy and originals, and then toss in a little bit of Country, a pinch of Folk, a dash of Bluegrass, a sprinkle of Irish, and a smidgen of '40s tunes, all set it to gently simmering. The result is a well-seasoned and truly delectable entertainment experience, the perfect cure for hungry ears.


Butler’s Coffee, the Antelope Valley’s most happening java joint, has music every Saturday night, plus plenty of other music and other activities and entertainment scattered throughout the calendar.

Our music program has been, by almost any measure, a huge success. We've already had some great performances from various local and LA area acts since we've opened; folks like Tracy Newman, The Willard Grant Conspiracy, Katy Moffatt, John Zipperer & Friends, Shotgun Granny, Chuck Roberts, Men of Worth, Shakeh, Doug Moon, Barn Burning, Allie Taylor, Ian McCartor, Shotgun Granny, Ryan Beuder, Julian Corpeño, Julia Jordon, The Keeftowne Blend, Silent Planet, Laura Browne-Sorenson, Luis Narino and The Browne Sisters & George Cavanaugh.

Can't wait until showtime? Why not check out our very first video? This YouTubeClip shows Allie Taylor and band putting their stamp on a Katy Perry number at Butler's back (way, way back) in November 2008.

So don't just sit there at home, vegetating. Check out our Calendar. We have music most Saturday nights and we're adding more nights (and a few matinée shows) as we go.

Have a club? Meet here...


Yep, it's true. You can now surf the web AND enjoy a one of Butler's famous brews without running an Ethernet cable all the way back to your house. Bring your WiFi-equipped laptop (PC or Mac) along and browse your little heart out.

PLEASE NOTE: Don't be a cyber deadbeat. Wi-Fi is free, but buy something, alright?


We're always looking for local, acoustic-based musicians, both rookies and seasoned pros, interested in playing before a live audience. If you're interested, don't be shy.

Sure, there are a few pesky rules, but if you've got what it takes, fill out this convenient form and send it to Kevin Burton Smith, our music guy, or drop it off at Butler's.


We're located at 40125 10th St .West in Palmdale, right across from Wal-Mart, and just a short hop from Cinemark, the Antelope Valley Mall, the Antelope Valley Country Club and Highway 14.

To Our Old Friends in Simi...

A lot has happened since we were forced to relocate the original Butler's Coffee House from our location in Simi Valley. We have moved nearer to family and found a fantastic new business location in Palmdale.

Our new location is bigger and better than ever, but coffee lovers needn't be discouraged. The heart of our business will remain coffee, of course. As always, we'll be offering the freshest coffee and coffee-based drinks available.

It was a difficult decision to relocate to another city from Simi Valley, but when life gives you over-roasted beans you must make espresso, and so we pushed on with our dream of reopening Butler's.

Remember: Palmdale is only an hour's drive away. Come on, what's that between friends? If any of you ever go to Las Vegas etc, please be sure to stop in at the new Butler's.

Drop us a line some time and let us know how you're doing! And rest assured that any of you who gave us your contact information will be hearing from us.

Yours sincerely,
Pam and David Logan

Butler's Coffee
40125 10th St. West, Suite I
Palmdale, CA 93551
Tel: (661) 272-9530

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