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Retail Brioche in West LA??

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Looking for a great brioche roll, suitable for making into a *rocking* sandwich - Le Marmiton on Montana used to be a solid choice Have a salmon/arugula sandwich is begging for a great brioche.

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  1. I've bought brioche rolls from Trader Joe's before that made into great sandwiches! I live in the Hollywood area and the Trader Joe's by me has them regularly.

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    1. re: chris1621

      TJ's actually has a Brioche Loaf that I use for Grilled Cheese Sammiches in the style of Suzanne Goin and a phenomenal French Toast

      1. re: FranklinJefferson

        Ohh I haven't seen that at TJ's. i just bought a loaf from La Brea Bakery last week to make grilled cheeses and french toast though! So good!

      2. re: chris1621

        I think the bakery on the South Side of Pico near Lincoln has them.

      3. Rockenwagner:
        http://www.rockenwagner.com/bakery-me...

        1. Have you tried Via Dolce on Montana?

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          1. re: Emme

            Huckleberry in Santa Monica has a great brioche loaf

            1. re: AdamMiller

              Yes, they do, for about $8.

              Also TJ's on 34th in SM, but I find it tends to go moldy very quickly. Costco on Washington has Challah bread in their packaged bread section. Have not seen rolls tho.