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Bakery

Croissant Los Angeles

Republique Cubano Croissant (Dose of Vitamin P)

Croissants au beurre, pain au chocolat, croissants aux amandes. Sometimes, you may also find ham and cheese, but there must be more to croissants than the standard rotation. Thankfully, in Los Angeles, pastry chefs...
Pastry Los Angeles

Maison Giraud Chocolate Hazelnut Kouign Amann (Food of the Week) [CLOSED]

Don’t call it Nutella. Yes, at Maison Giraud, the French restaurant in bucolic Pacific Palisades from Alain Giraud and wife Catherine, pastry chef Noubar Yessayan produces his own version on the famed chocolate hazelnut...
Pie San Diego

Betty’s Pie Whole Saloon Chicken Pot Pie (Food of the Week)

Elizabeth Harris, who’s found success with her Elizabethan Desserts, now shares an Encinitas compound with Sunshine Gardens Nursery. Betty’s Pie Whole Saloon has a cowgirl feel, complete with Wagon wheels, wooden dining room with...
Muffin Los Angeles

Sugarbloom Bakery PB&J Croissant Muffin (Food of the Week)

People who grew up in the U.S. are bound to have strong memories of peanut butter and jelly. The sandwich, normally Wonder or wheat bread with grape jelly and either chunky or creamy peanut...
Donut Los Angeles

Sycamore Kitchen Rosemary Caramel Donut (Food of the Week)

Los Angeles may have more donut shops per capita than any other city in the United States, but rarely are the deep-fried rings actually worth the oil-soaked calories. Thankfully, some of the city’s leading...
Pastry Los Angeles

Milo & Olive Kouign Amann Strawberry Tart (Food of the Week)

For most bakers, it would be more than satisfying to deliver a simple kouign amann, the flaky, buttery, Brittany-style pastry that’s become increasingly prevalent in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. Thankfully, Zoe...