If you need something to get you through the wait at Eggslut in Grand Central Market, Clark Street Bread is strategically placed next to that line, and has a bunch of pastries, plus a handful of toasts and sandwiches. Get a kouign amann to eat while you stand, or just skip Eggslut altogether and, if you like avocado toast you should try this one. The bread here is fantastic too, so even if you’re eating somewhere else, you should probably grab a loaf to take home.
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Where To Eat At Grand Central Market
Figuring out what to eat at Grand Central Market can be overwhelming, but this guide will help you narrow things down.
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Daikokuya is the mother of LA ramen and still holds up in its fantastic Little Tokyo space.
Colori is a solid, family-run Italian spot downtown, and one of the last of its kind.
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A bakery run out of a house in Ojai, Kate’s Bread is only open a few days a week and you should probably pre-order your pastries, but it’s worth it.
Black Elephant Coffee
Black Elephant Coffee is a great spot in Atwater Village for doing a little work. Or pretending like you are.
G&B is a coffee shop in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market from the same people as Go Get Em Tiger.
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At Kismet Falafel in Grand Central Market, you’ll find falafel like you’ve never seen it before.
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Belcampo Meat Co.
For bistro style burgers, steak, and meat with a mission, Belcampo in Santa Monica is a great option.
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