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Clark Street Bread Bakes Up a New Sandwich Stall at Grand Central Market

The popular bakery is getting into the breakfast and lunch game

Clark Street Bread at Grand Central Market
Clark Street Bread

Things are ratcheting up at Clark Street Bread inside Grand Central Market. The longtime takeaway bread and pastry option has just quietly opened a more substantial stall right by Eggslut, and they’ve expanded their menu as a result.

Head down there today and you’ll find a full case of glutenous delights to enjoy, from those familiar loaves to sandwiches an an array of toasts. You can find the current soft-opening breakfast and lunch menu below.

As of this week, Clark Street Bread at GCM is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with Zack Hall himself possibly kicking around the joint. When he’s not there, expect the full-time baker to be at his commercial space, or working on his upcoming standalone Echo Park space, which should arrive sometime mid-spring.

BREAKFAST

Avocado Toast on Country

Avocado, Lemon, Chili Flakes

Ricotta Toast on Country

Ricotta, Raspberry Jam, Sea Salt

Egg Smörgås on Danish Rye

Egg, Chive Mayo, Chervil

Ost Smörgås on Seeded

Butter, Jack Cheese, Cucumber

Granola

Yogurt, House Granola, Fresh Berries

Chia Pudding

Fresh Berries

Bakers Breakfast

Fresh Bread, French Butter, Jam, Turkey or Ham, Cheese, Cucumber, Hard Boiled Egg, Yogurt, Coffee, or Orange Juice

LUNCH

When Pigs Rye on Danish Rye

Country Ham, Redemption Rye Whiskey, Mustard & Pickles, Fennel

Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese

Beets, Goat Cheese, Pesto

Ham & Cheese on Baguette

Jambon de Paris, Gruyere, Cornichon, House Mustard

Turkey Pesto on Ciabatta

Roast Turkey, Provolone, Arugula, Giardiniere, House Pesto

Tuna on Ciabatta

Italian Tuna, Mozzarella, Tomato, Jalepeño

Veggie on Ciabatta

Avocado, Alfalfa Sprouts, Pickled Red Onion, Jack Cheese, House Mayo & Mustard

Grand Central Market

317 South Broadway, , CA 90013 (213) 687-4247 Visit Website

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