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Don't have time to drive east to LaBrea Bakery or BreadLounge, so who bakes the best comparable loaves on the Westside?
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  1. The Larder at Tavern Brentwood and Milo and Olive. The Larder will slice the loaves for you, Milo and Olive will not.

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    1. re: maudies5

      Where does SG get their bread for Tavern?

      M&O has delicious hamburger buns, among other bread stuff. But p.i.t.a. to find a parking space nearby most times.

    2. I haven't tried all the bakeries in WLA so I can't say for sure which is best.

      But I do love the bread at Rockenwagner Bakery on Washington and that is where we buy most of our bread.

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      1. re: PaulF

        How is the bread place at the Century City mall?

      2. Maison Giraud in the Palisades for croissants and baguettes.

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        1. re: foodiemahoodie

          Gonna have to agree with this rec...

          1. re: foodiemahoodie

            Oh, yeah.......

          2. "Don't have time to drive east to LaBrea Bakery..." FWIW, you can usually find a decent assortment of LaBrea Bakery breads at any westside Ralphs supermarket.

            1. Bay Cities Deli - and lots of other good stuff to buy as well,

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              1. re: dgusanz

                OOPs - this is in Santa Monica - but the bread is great

                1. re: dgusanz

                  Worth the drive IMO. They always have baskets of fresh, warm bread. I could get a loaf and some good olive oil and have it for lunch. Problem is, they also have some of the best sandwiches in town.

                2. Bouchon bakery in BH?

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                  1. re: Novelli

                    Does Bouchon sell their brioche?

                  2. Bouchon Bakery in BH and Breadbar at the Century City mall both have very good gread.

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                    1. re: JudiAU

                      Definitely Bouchon bakery and Huckleberry in Santa Monica. Huckleberry is owned by the same people as Milo & Olive and have great breads and ah-mazing baked goodies.

                    2. Thanks all. Breadbar was easiest and the walnut fruit, and whole grain breads were very good.
                      I recall the last time at Buchon, we couldn't stop eating the french bread they served.
                      Huckleberry bread is better than Breadbar as well.