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Head to the rustic French bakery in Downtown LA for a gastronomic treat of epic proportions. Offering an array of home-made breads, pastries, fresh sandwiches, salads and organic beverages, there is something here for everyone. Choose from delightful French macaroons, eclairs, fruit tarts, bread puddings, muffins and brownies amongst others. The charming cafe complete with wooden interiors and a cozy fireplace entices visitors with wafting aromas of freshly baked goodies. Pitchoun Bakery & Café is also known to cater to special events and occasions such as wedding, birthdays, anniversaries and corporate celebrations.
This chain of restaurants has managed to impress sandwich lovers from all over the state of California. Its Flower street outlet is no exception to this, serving an exquisite range of sandwiches and salads, the place is always crowded. If you really want to savor every bite and bit of your sandwich, try and visit Mendocino Farms after the lunch rush. Here, you can select from the existing menu or its friendly staff will help you out in building your own sandwich. You can also order a takeout if you want to grab a bite on the go. Call for details.
Howlin' Ray's was opened by owner and chef Johnny Ray Zone with his wife Amanda after falling in love with hot fried chicken after a short trip to Nashville. The idea behind starting this establishment was to bring an authentic west coast product to the shores of LA. Johnny mans the kitchen and fries up bucketloads of chicken using some of the hottest peppers on the planet with varying levels of heat. If you're a fan of spicy food, do try their signature: Howlin' which is the hottest dish on their menu.
Eat·Drink·Americano specializes in contemporary American seasonal dishes, prepared using ingredients procured from local producers. Guests can start their meal with an appetizer like Roasted Poblano Chicken Salad. Their specialties include artisan cheese such as Coach Goat Triple Cream from Hudson and Truffle Tremor from Cypress Grove, as well as artisan meat like the matured Chorizo Casero. They even have a Popeye and Olive Oil Flatbread, which of course features spinach. The mains include Braised Oxtail Sliders and Classic Ceviche, complemented by craft beer like Abita Light and Californian wine such as Stark Raving Cabernet Sauvignon.
L.A. Cafe is a twenty four-hour restaurant with delivery at any time of the day or night. Its breakfast menu includes crispy Belgian waffles with whipped cream and fresh strawberries, Lumberjack breakfast plate, toasted bagels and fresh fruit served in a cup. Its bakery serves items like carrot cake, cheesecake with pineapple and berries, pink piggy shortbread cookies, double fudge brownies and chocolate filled croissant. If you head here during lunch, try their delicious Cubana burger and Meze plate. This place also offers a selection of coffee and smoothies including the Orange Julius and Chocolate Hazelnut Smoothie. This is a great place to order food over the phone or internet when you feel hungry bang in the middle of the night.