Tag: Pastries


Winter dineL.A. Winter dineL.A. celebrates the city’s culinary diversity and features more than 300 restaurants throughout Los Angeles from newcomers like Geoffrey Zakarian’s Georgie, Greg Bernhardt’s Paley.,

Copenhagen Pastry

Copenhagen Pastry (3731 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91107; 626.792.7200), founded by Karen Hansen, opened in Pasadena with the ultimate pastries spread. The decor is just like the Culver City location and has

Manhattan Beach Yacht Club

Manhattan Beach Yacht Club (1 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, CA) is Two Guns Espresso’s second outlet right on the Manhattan Beach pier. Walk up to the window and

The Wilde Thistle

The Wilde Thistle (3454 Motor Ave., Los Angeles; 310.730.6208), a Celtic cafe, is from owner and chef Caity Wallace. This Culver City spot (and future pub) has been serving,

Bo Nuage

Bo Nuage, (8010 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046) a new black & white, “high fashion”, patisserie specializing in nuage or cloud cakes ($6). The sweet boutique was designed by Jessica Marx of

G&B Coffee

G&B Coffee (317 Broadway, Los Angeles, 90013) is officially open at Grand Central Market. (They started serving last Friday). The bar-style coffee spot, serves people without forming a

Handsome Coffee

Wholesale roaster, Handsome Coffee, (582 Mateo St., Downtown) just opened downtown with an industrial, loft like space of copper counter tops and wooden ceiling. Here, they

Larder at Maple Drive

Larder at Maple Drive (345 N Maple Dr., suite 100, Beverly Hills; 310.248.3779) is launching tomorrow and its a miniature version of the Larder at Tavern in Brentwood.


Neveux (7407 1/2 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, 90046) serves coffee drinks brewed with beans from 49th Parallel roasters based in Canada, teas and French pastries. After


  Demitasse, (135 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, 90012) a spot in Little Tokyo is set to soft open this Friday. They will have single-origin brews