The aroma of freshly baked artisanal breads could easily lure people out of the office at DTLA’s patisserie, Pitchoun Bakery. This family-owned cozy café boasts a homey oasis amidst the Historic Core skyscrapers with elegant pastries and breads made daily. Beyond French sweets and loafs, the café serves up fresh, seasonal salads, sandwiches, tartines, quiches, soups and more. Think house baked bread topped with prosciutto, ricotta cheese, pine nuts, fig, rosemary and drizzled with olive oil—and the organic, quality ingredients make all the difference.
|Venue name:||Pitchoun Bakery|
545 S Olive St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7am-5pm; Sat 8am-5pm; Sun 8am-4pm|
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Average User Rating
4.4 / 5
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The closest thing I can get to when it comes French food! The baked goods are absolutely fantastic and I love how they have some amazing lunch items as well!
The Croque Madame/Monsieur are good options and you can't go wrong with either of them! They also have a great selection of other baguette sandwiches and crepes!
Compared to actual France, these are pricey which they'll run you $13 each while in France they can be as cheap as 5 euros which may be closer to $8/9 USD.
Such a cute bakery that makes me feel like I'm in France in the middle of DTLA's Financial District! Great quality in everything they make, from the Croque Monsieur to the pastries. And the decor is perfect for the vibe of the place, too, and the staff are friendly. A casual, yet authentic French cafe experience!
Pitchoun Bakery is a favorite in our family! It's delicious, fresh and the desserts are to die for. We highly recommend it!!!
Best Bakery in DTLA ! If you like croissant , chocolate bread , and amazing french patisseries in very chill out atmosphere this is the place to go !!!!
I love the design here—it's one of the more pleasant, beautiful things near Pershing Square. The pastries are tasty and the service is pretty great, too. But the sandwiches are just too expensive.
While dining here for lunch can be pretty pricey - sandwiches run upwards of $16 - I love stopping by in the morning for a pastry. They have a really great almond croissant, as well as a ham and cheese version for something a little more savory. There's this guy behind the counter that always tells a joke when he's ringing me up, which I'm all for early in the morning.