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Ramen Bull Pops In at Breadbar West Third

Noodles pop-ups at Breadbar West Third isn’t anything new but this particular Ramen Bull pop-up will last much longer than a night or a few days. Get your ramen Monday through Saturday from… Continue reading

Ludobites 2.0

With the Ludobites 6.0 in progress in the old Max/ Marche space, I thought I would look back on my very first Ludobites 2.0 meal at Bread Bar. I went with Gastronomnom, Right… Continue reading

Soba Pop at Breadbar

The week-long Soba Pop series followed a much longer ramen popup at Breadbar. Being the noodles crazy fiend I am, I checked it out last Thursday. We started out with artisinal tofu. They… Continue reading

Hatchi Mix: Cedilla

Hatchi Mix under the guidance of Devon Espinosa continues tomorrow night at the Breadbar in Century City with 8 cocktail offerings from Max Seaman and Jeff Knudsen, the guys at Comme Ca. Thursday,… Continue reading

Yatai Ramen at Breadbar

Breadbar is making quite the name for themselves as the destination of pop-up eateries. For the most part, I’ve had some good food but particularly atrocious service at the Breadbar in Century City.… Continue reading

Hatchi: Around the World with Walter Manzke

I remember the first time I went to a Hatchi event at Breadbar. It was last August for Roberto Cortez’s “Unfamiliar Conflict.” I remember thinking at the time it was an omen they… Continue reading

Hatchi Mix: Preview

Mixologist Devon Espinosa of the Tasting Kitchen heads up an all-new cocktails series at Breadbar for cocktailians. For those familiar with Breadbar’s Hatchi series where they bring in celebrity chefs once a month… Continue reading

Eda Vesterman- Hatchi in October

In October, I checked out the Hatchi event with Eda Vesterman. The menu sounded so great. I took the gay boyfriend as his birthday present. We arrived just before 6 p.m. for our… Continue reading

Marcel Vigneron’s down the “Hatchi” at Bread Bar

I’ve been to a few different Hatchi nights at BreadBar in Century City now so it’s not a surprise to order all 8 dishes (for $8 each) but I did something last night… Continue reading