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Baker CakeMaker, A Diverse Pastry Shop Baking Soon in East Hollywood

Baker CakeMaker, will have a diverse variety of baked goods from different cultures that represent Los Angeles.

Baker CakeMaker will bring bread and pastries to Hollywood at the beginning of October, with the intention of reflecting the different cultures of Los Angeles. Meaning, a less French influence and a more eclectic variety of baked goods from Latin America and other countries. Owner, Aris Rodriguez has worked as a pastry chef across a medley of cuisines, starting with his apprenticeship at L’Orangerie, where he cultivated his passion.

Rodriguez will produce beautifully plated baked goods, with the convenience of eating it in or taking it to go. The revolving blackboard menu will comprise of pan dulces, ensaïmadas, malasadas, brioche loaves, Hawaiian sweet buns, decadent cookies with ever-changing cake menu options as well. Bobo’s cold brew and craft coffee from San Diego will be the coffee supplier, which will pair nicely with the pastry selections.

There have been slight delays with the permits, but Rodriguez anticipates hosting a Grand Opening on Saturday, October 4th. Hours will be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m to start, Tuesday thru Saturday. On Sundays, Rodriguez wants to be involved with charities. This Sunday, he is hosting a baking charity for the Special Olympics. Consider stopping by Baker CakeMaker and donating to a good cause.

Baker CakeMaker
5173 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Tuesday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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