Located below Easton Gym Co. on Beverly Blvd., (so you know, you can get “that bread” in both a literal and physical-activity way), this lovely bakery pop-up offers all sorts of bread made with naturally-fermented sourdough like baguettes, city loaves containing Himalayan pink salt, and dark Danish rye bread, as well as prepackaged goods like mixed berry jams and cultured butter.
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