Loading...
Bakeries

Magnolia Bakery Opens Tomorrow in WeHo

Comments (0)

By

Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 7:26 PM

click to enlarge NYC Magnolia Cupcakes - DOMMM
  • Dommm
  • NYC Magnolia Cupcakes

You've seen Magnolia cupcakes in chick flicks such as Sex and the City (in an episode where Carrie falls for Aden), and in The Devil Wears Prada (when Andy buys a cupcake as a belated birthday present/peace offering for her boyfriend.) And after nearly a year of permit delays, and dozens of inquiring fans, you will see Magnolia Bakery opening tomorrow at noon on Third Street in West Hollywood. The bakery, with four locations in New York and one in Dubai, was purchased by Steve and Tyra Abrams in 2006. The owners tapped into the original art deco look of the building and decorated the space accordingly, incorporating vintage baking items, antique tin signs and classic tin cake carriers.

The menu, which will remain the same as its predecessors, includes classic buttercream cupcakes (Magnolia is the infamous bakery rumored to have started the cupcake craze); banana pudding; an array of cakes; and pretty much any dessert you might be daydreaming about. "There is such a strong cross-culturalization between New York and Los Angeles," Steve said in a press release. "We wanted to become a part of this community and create a neighborhood place that offers a welcoming respite from the pressures and pace of urban life," Tyra added.

Magnolia Bakery: 8389 W. Third St., West Hollywood; (323) 951-0636. Open Mon.-Wed., 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Thurs., 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri., 7:30 a.m.-mid; Sat., 8 a.m.-mid.; Sun., 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

Related Location

Related Content

Now Trending

Slideshows

  • Daw Yee: Mission of Burma
    L.A. has a very small pool of Burmese restaurants; among them, Daw Yee does not boast the most extensive menu. Nonetheless, Daw Yee, in Monterey Park, is fascinating for one big reason — namely, that it gives L.A. something unusual: a Burmese restaurant that caters to younger diners.
  • The Year in L.A. Food (So Far)
    We've got so many restaurants, you could eat at a different joint every day of the year -- and probably the rest of your life -- and never go to the same place twice. It would be impossible (both physically and financially) to try them all, but luckily, you have us. Check out The Year in L.A. Food (So Far).
  • Ladies Gunboat Society at Flores
    At Ladies Gunboat Society, the new operation out of the restaurant that used to be Flores on Sawtelle Boulevard, the Hoppin’ John is served as an appetizer or a small plate rather than a side, and the price is the stuff of comedy.