Los Angeles, CA 90048
- Daily 7am-7pm
- Breakfast, Lunch
- Business Dining, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
- No Parking
- Reservations Not Necessary
By the end of the night, lubricated with bottles of good wine that you have brought yourself (Breadbar has no alcohol license), you will probably end up swapping cheese and bits of things like skirt steak or Lefebvre’s serrano-spiked “brocomole” with the people at the next table or howling over the jolt of chile in the chocolate mousse, pausing only for a moment of quiet contemplation when you realize how well your bottle of old Cote Rotie goes with the truffled Moliterno sheep cheese from Sardinia.
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Jet Tila Pops Up at Breadbar with Alex Ageneau: Minus Anything Asian
4 years ago by Barbara Hansen
When Jet Tila did a pop-up dinner at Breadbar on West Third Street this week, something was missing, and that was anything Thai. Tila was L.A.'s man-about-Thai-Town before he left for Las Vegas to become executive chef of Wazuzu, Th...
Breadbar's Black and Gold Bread Back for the Holidays
5 years ago by Katie Robbins
What's black and gold and bread all over? Breadbar's seasonal Black and Gold bread, available now through December. While we'll admit to being partial to the squid ink that gives the classic pain de mie its shocking ebony color, we'...
Jet Tila to teach Asian Food at Breadbar + A Recipe for Thai Roasted Chicken
5 years ago by Barbara Hansen
L.A.'s popular Thai/pan Asian chef Jet Tila is coming back to town to conduct a workshop on "Flavors of Southeast Asia" Oct. 17 at Breadbar West Third. Tila will show how to make crispy shrimp cakes with plum sauce and cucumber sala...
BreadBar's Yatai Ramen Series: Japanese Street Food Brought to West Third Street
5 years ago by Christie Bishop
BreadBar is at it yet again. First came the café's recurring guest chef Hatchi series. Then it introduced its guest bartender Hatchi Mix series. Now, BreadBar is bringing us the Yatai Ramen series, focusing entirely on the ep...