Manufactory’s all-day restaurant and marketplace are now up and running
Downtown LA’s Manufactory has expanded its hours, opening up the Tartine Bianco cafe side to all-day hours while also adding takeaway goods to the open marketplace inside. The big new additions mean there’s a lot more food to enjoy right now, from Tartine lead Chad Robertson’s breads to Chris Bianco’s non-pizza “flatbreads.”
Tartine Bianco and the marketplace (with its own menu and wine bar) have only just come online, with the former working a basic menu for breakfast — think egg sandwiches, a porridge, and smoked salmon tartines – and into lunch, complete with salads, soups, sandwiches, and a patty melt on Tartine bread.
The marketplace’s U-shaped marble bar offers wine pours by the ounce as well as a tight construction of tinned seafood conservas and Chris Bianco (he of Pizzeria Bianco out of Phoenix) flatbreads. The plan is to call the elongated, sauced and cheesed dish a “flatbread’ considering it’s a true collaboration between Bianco and Robertson, rather than an accurate reflection of the pizzas that Bianco makes out in Phoenix. There’s also a robust takeaway area for all kinds of pastries, sandwiches, salads, and full loaves of bread, all surrounded by shelves of products like Sqirl jam, tea towels, and aprons.
Tartine Bianco and the marketplace are open for daytime hours today, with the outside takeout window (mostly pastries and coffee) starting daily at 7:30 a.m.s, sandwiches, salads, and full loaves of bread, all surrounded by shelves of products like Sqirl jam, tea towels, and aprons.
The Manufactory is open for daytime hours today, with the outside takeout window (mostly pastries and coffee) starting daily at 7:30 a.m.
The Manufactory. 757 S. Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA.
The Market Bar
Source: Eater LA – All – Farley Elliott