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Boulangerie de Paris
Boyle Heights welcomes a brand new French bakery, with a decor of cement, brick, wood, and a ton of natural light. As for the menu, of course there is plenty of baked breads and pastries which are made in their wood-fired oven. Right now, salads and other takeaway options are in the cooler, but they are still in the beginning steps. 2301 E. 7th St., Boyle Heights

Humble Potato
With a location near LAX, this comforting, fun spot is expanding across Los Angeles. This location is more of a sit down place and they are serving up Japanese snacks like koke kokko sandwiches, curried hot dogs, fried chicken salads. 12608 Washington Blvd. #B, Culver City, CA

Backyard Bowls
This Santa Barbara acai bowl spot has officially opened in Los Angeles. They have menu items like the Drago bowl made with açai mixed with pitaya, banana, mango, and coconut water; the Power Bowl made of açai with blueberry, banana, peanut butter, sacha inchi protein powder, homemade hemp milk and topped with granola, fresh roasted and chopped almonds, banana, blueberry, and hemp seeds; and the Backyard Bowls made with homemade cashew milk and topped with granola, banana, strawberry, coconut shavings, and bee pollen. In addition to their bowls, they are brewing San Francisco’s Four Barrel Coffee, and loose-leaf teas from Leaves and Flowers. 8303 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Welcome to the German döner experience. In Germany, the thick wraps are döners and kind of like Greek gyros. Now, we Angelenos can grab these eats from two German brothers. 8474 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA




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