Score another one for the Yeastie Boys, one of L.A.'s preeminent hipkid breakfast trucks. Launched last summer, the playfully-named mobile bagel brokers are going permanent with a new location inside of Alfred in the Alley in West Hollywood and a menu created by Codii Lopez.
Thanks to a great relationship with Alfred owner Joshua Zad — the bagel truck routinely parks at one of Zad's many locations around town — the Yeastie team is planning to grab some counter real estate inside the colorful space to sling their wares through breakfast and lunch.
Don’t worry, the truck will still regularly be out and about at places in Silver Lake and Downtown. But now, you’ll also be able to get the team’s usual assortment of smoked salmon bagels or egg sandwich mashups for breakfast with your next West Hollywood to-go coffee order, or stick around and have a pastrami bagel sandwich for lunch.
The new permanent pop-up launches on February 15, and will run inside Alfred on the Alley every day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.