BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Bottom's Up Espresso has opened in Bakersfield and co-owner Alex Ireland said business is booming.
The coffee stand is a traditional coffee stand, but with a twist. On the Bottom's Up Espresso website it says, a combination of great customer service, great drinks and sexy women.
The women inside the stand wear more of a lingerie-type uniform.
The stand opened at 4 a.m. June 6 across the street from Bakersfield Christian High School at the corner of Stockdale Highway and Allen Road.
Ireland said that they haven't received any complaints and that everyone has been thankful that the stand has opened in the location as there isn't a coffee stand anywhere in the area for over a mile.
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