500 West Lancaster Blvd
Lancaster, CA 93534
Phone: (661) 728-8303
Fax: (661) 728-8303
Text the word: COLDCRUSH To: 72727
COLD CRUSH COMING TO THE BLVD IN DOWNTOWN LANCASTER ARTS DISTRICT
Art- and music-oriented restaurant, bar, and lounge from Two California restaurateurs
Brian Mathenge, co-owner of Killer Shrimp Restaurant and Bar in Marina Del Rey and Derrick Morgan, -construction developer have partnered to bring COLD CRUSH to the Antelope Valley.
culinarily and musically speaking, when Cold Crush opens on the BLVD this summer in the restaurant Arts district, Its name has nothing to do with winemaking but was inspired by the Bronx-born late-70s hip hop group, Cold Crush Brothers.
Mathenge has been traveling to Denver for years to visit family and became a fan of Denver's art community where he established the 1st Cold Crush location, He now splits his time between Colorado and Southern California
Morgan who moved to the Antelope Valley from Los Angeles felt there wasn't much for people to do in the area and felt Lancaster would be a perfect fit to prevent locals from having to drive to Los Angeles for quality entertainment,
He foresees Cold Crush as a haven for artists, poets, musicians and their fans to meet, mingle and eat great food.
One of the art-focused gimmicks is that a huge mural in front of Cold Crush building will be changed on a regular basis by local artists reflecting Cold Crush support for the local Art community.
Cold Crush plans to feature local music with a club-worthy sound system, full-time DJ, and regular guest musicians and DJs.
Cold Crush plans to help promote everyone from spoken-word poets to local to national music acts looking for a spacious venue in the Antelope Valley area.
Cold Crush will be serving homemade Cajun Entrees by Chef Anthony Sheppard cooking up Cajun shrimp Tacos, Biscuits, and gravy, Shrimp etouffee, chicken and Waffle sliders, peach cobbler waffles, Crab cakes, Cajun Chicken Salad w stuffed Avocados and more.