La Tropezienne Bakery Opens on La Brea

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From the beautiful coastline of the French Riviera in Saint-Tropez, and also known as the famous starlet, Brigitte Bardot’s favorite St. Tropez bakery, CEO and founder Lionel Azoulay and Chef Laurent Cavazza introduce ‘La Tropézienne Bakery’ (211 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, Ca), where the exquisite French cuisine meets the city of Los Angeles.  The bakery officially opens on Thursday, February, 16th, 2017.

With a design reminiscent of traditional St. Tropez, white marble walls are touched with a hint of gold, exhibiting architectural excellence in the structure of the bakery. Displayed along the walls are still nostalgic photographs taken from St. Tropez, where guests can relish in the classic beauty of the city while enjoying a delightful meal.

While sitting on the charming terrace that oversees La Brea Avenue, newcomers can indulge in all the delicacies ‘La Tropézienne Bakery’ has to offer, where every savory delicacy is crafted with all the ingredients including butter, milk, eggs, coffee, equipment, etc., and even the staff, are all imported from France.

The French bistro and café bakery will be open daily Monday-Wednesday from 7am-8pm, Thursday – Friday 7am – 9pm, and Saturdays 7am to stay open through Sunday’s close at 9pm, where guests will find a wide variety of items on the menu that will fill any craving they desire.

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Author: K. Pearson Brown

Blogger, writer, public relations executive, traveler, tech geek, foodie, home decorator, and on-the-go, out-and-about mom.

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