San Francisco’s super-popular Tartine Bakery has opened up a new location in Hollywood - and this one is a lunchtime spot showcasing their truly fantastic house-baked breads. That means a menu filled with great dishes like a tomato and beet tartine and the BLTA (the “B” is for bologna), not to mention excellent pastries - the bacon and chive savory scone was our favorite. They’ve also got a good rice porridge we expect to eat three times a week during the winter.
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