La Brea Bakery Cafe
La Brea Bakery is an artisan sourdough bakery that got its start in Los Angeles and is now found in grocery stores nationwide. La Brea Bakery Cafe, however, is the companies first restaurant other than the original bakery in Los Angeles. While people generally enjoy the food served here, and it is a convenient final stop before entering the park in the morning, many feel that it is overpriced for what is served. Breakfasts start at $11 and most sandwiches at lunch begin at $13.
As mentioned above, the problem with La Brea Bakery is not the food served, but the prices as which they serve it. For breakfast, unless you just buy a loaf of bread, expect to spend about $12 per person. Though pancakes and french toast are served, even breakfast at this location focuses on the sandwiches with croissants, sourdough, and panini providing the bread.
Beginning with lunch, the selection of sandwiches really expands, with almost 20 different options on sourdough or panini. Soups (in sourdough bowls, of course) and salads also appear. If you want something heartier than a sandwich, regular entress such as pasta, salmon, chicken, and steak are available.
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