Pronounced luh paN koh-ti-dyaN (PQ for short)
Welcome to Le Pain Quotidien!
Counter service is for to go only.
All others please find a seat and a server will be right with you.
Seasonal Specials: organic tofu scramble for breakfast…
Photo from 2009. New seasonal specials for 2010
How to Eat a Tartine at Le Pain Quotidien in Larchmont…
BAKERY: Wheat, Rye, Spelt, Five-Grain, Walnut available in whole and half loaves
Baguette, French Rolls, Hazelnut Flute, Challah (Fridays only), Organic Brioche, Croissants, Couque Suisse, Pain au Chocolat, apple pear turnovers, assorted organic muffins
Drinks: organic beverages (coffee, espresso, latte, cafe au lait, teas, Belgian hot chocolate, mochaccino, iced coffee, iced tea, iced green tea, iced cappuccino, iced latte, homemade lemonade, mint lemonade, chamomile mint iced tea, milk, soy milk), dinner drinks like beer and wine
Desserts: Belgian Brownie, Raspberry Tart, Mini Mousse Duo, Mixed Berry Tart, , Pistachio Marzipan Tart, Lemon Tart , Madeleine, Chocolate Chip Cookie, Cheese Almond Danish, Almond Meringue, Coconut Macaroons, Apple Almond Tart, Almond Pound Cake, Apricot Crumble, Belgian Sugar Waffle , Fresh Fruit Bowl
Address: 113 N Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004
Location: west side of street, south of Beverly Boulevard
Phone Number: (323) 461-7701
Hours Open: 7 am – 7 pm, seven days a week
Forms of Payment: accepts cash and credit cards
Good for al fresco / outdoor dining, breakfast, brunch, groups, bread, pastries
Cuisine: Belgian (European, French)
Restaurant Style: Dine-in / Artisanal Bakery (boulangerie / patisserie)
Specialty: bread made with only organic stone-ground flour, salt and water — kneaded and shaped by hand. Pantry has jams, chocolate spreads, coffee and granola for sale.
Larchmont General Manager: Maria York
BRUSSELS — The genius of Le Pain Quotidien is that it feels like a neighborhood café. Walking in past the window full of cakes, around the bread counter at the front, through to the slightly ramshackle dining room with its vast wooden table, you imagine that you’ve just found a great local restaurant that nobody else knows about... Continue reading in the New York Times, June 2008…
Parking: street Accessibility: ok for wheelchairs
History: Le Pain Quotidien was founded by Alain Coumont of Brussels. Other locations are in New York, Washington DC and Connecticut. Los Angeles locations: Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Claremont…
Published on: Jun 1, 2009