Better In Brentwood - Dining Spotlight

Flavors from Around the World, at Your Fingertips

Yvette and Sal opened their first Chill Tea & Coffee location in Brentwood by Vic Stewart’s in May 2017, offering freshly roasted coffees from around the world, an amazing selection of teas, and a wide assortment of pastries to pair perfectly with your cup of choice. Chill quickly gained a loyal customer base who appreciated the time, effort, and flavor that only Yvette and Sal could provide. The two did so well that they decided to spread the love, opening a downtown Antioch location in December 2020 and then a second Brentwood location in October 2021 in The Streets of Brentwood. “We live here in Brentwood and proudly serve our neighbors and community,” said Yvette. “Our customers like what we offer, how we provide our service, and what we stand for as a company, so now we make it easier for more people to enjoy what we do in multiple locations within town.”

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On Dec. 15, Yvette Gomez, owner of Chill Tea & Coffee, and her staff presented Briana Taylor of the American Red Cross with a donation check for the fire victims of Butte County.

Donations collected at the shop, donated tips from the staff and proceeds from Chill’s own “Jasper Cocoa” offered at the Brentwood’s holiday parade came out to $1,400.

A special thanks goes out to Captain Robert Ruddick and East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) Fire Board President Brian Oftedal who helped coordinate and connect Chill Tea and Coffee with the American Red Cross. The team would also like to recognize Iliana, Gabby, Alex and Rebecca (Chill staff) who were generous in volunteering their time and contributing toward this donation.

“We have the best customers here at Chill,” said owner Yvette Gomez. “And we’re happy to report that their generosity will go to a good cause.”