With its comfy chairs and its wide selection of groovin' tunes from the 1940's and up, Butler's 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 coffee.
(And check out our FULL CALENDAR)
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 7:00 PM
No script, no net, no clue!
WARNING: CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE
Yep, those annoying youngsters who wowed us last spring are back.
A Cali Boy born and bred, singer/songwriter CONNOR "SULLY" SULLIVAN has ping-ponged back and forth from one end of the Golden State to the other. Currently encamped in a secret bunker somewhere in North Hollywood, he embarks regularly on musical forays deep into the heartland of music lovers everywhere. If you had to pin him down, he'd say folk-pop, but that's sort of like nailing Jello to the wall.
"Sharing my songs with an audience is a dream come true. If I can make one person feel emotion that they could not do on their own, then I have done my job," he says. Plus, Allie vouches for him!
And then it's welcome back to hometown hero and Palmtucky gal ALLIE TAYLOR, who makes Sully seem like a hidebound traditionalist. It's getting a little weird calling her "Butler's little sweetheart," because Allie's done a lot of growing up, both personally and musically since she made her Butler's debut over five years ago). She was all big Bambi-in-the-headlights eyes at the time, but even then she had a voice that could make your heart skip a beat.
Flash forward and she's a confident and formidible musical power of nature, as adept at belting out country/rock barnstormers with Shotgun Granny as she is crooning slow burn jazz standards, wringing every bit of emotion out of some indie rock chip off the old block or going full-tilt boogie with a rock band thundering behind her. I'm not even sure what she'll be doing this Saturday, but like the Fat Man says, "It's bound to be something astounding!"
THERE'S SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE...
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, Doug Moon, Barn Burning, Allie Taylor, Ian McCartor, Ryan Beuder, Julian Corpeño, Julia Jordon, The Keeftowne Blend, 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...
BUTLER'S HAS FREE Wi-Fi
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: We're not running a home for cyber deadbeats.
We're always seeking local, acoustic-based musicians interested in honing their skills before a live audience. If you're interested, don't be shy.
WHERE WE ARE
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 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.
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