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Restaurants, Bakeries Pasadena
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Lincoln bakery and cafe in Pasadena
Photograph: Courtesy Lincoln

Time Out says

Like a west coast version of Dean & DeLuca, it's highly likely that you'll pick up one of the prepared goods while waiting in line at Lincoln. Bags of candy, homemade jam, pickled veggies and well-spicked crackers line the shelves around the high-ceilinged space. Stay focused: You have some serious decisions to make for breakfast or lunch. Parmesan eggs with crème fraîche and grilled bread, a savory breakfast bowl with white beans and fennel sausage, and plenty of sandwiches fill the menu, along with daily specials like blueberry pancakes and yogurt with granola. Lincoln is a champion of bowls, more recently offering farro and spicy shrimp options—all of your necessary grains, veggies and protein in one place. Then again, if you're just here for a coffee and a freshly baked pastry, you can find a fantastic combo here, too, enjoyed on one of the sunny picnic benches outside.



Address: 1992 Lincoln Ave
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6:30am-6pm; Sun 8am-4pm
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The sandwiches, bowls and pastries here are really fantastic. Its main warehouse-like space is great, too; I particularly love the giant map of Southern California on the wall. But wow is this place expensive. To be fair, part of that comes from this "everything looks delicious, I need to order it all" feeling that you get once inside. It gets really busy on weekends and the parking lot is tiny; definitely come out on a weekday if possible.