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Avocado toast with radishes at Lodge Bread Valley
Avocado toast with radishes at Lodge Bread Valley
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One of LA’s Top Bakeries, Lodge Bread, Opens Out in Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills earns one of LA’s top bakeries

Lodge Bread Woodland Hills, Culver City’s incredible bakery and pizza shop, has opened a satellite location out in Woodland Hills with a slightly smaller, but still excellent menu of coffee, toasts, sandwiches, and flatbreads. Carrying some of the same minimalist design aesthetic, Lodge debuted yesterday at the Valley Country Mart in Woodland Hills with about eight seats inside and another 20 or so outside serving LA’s Bicycle Coffee, avocado toast, turkey sandwiches, and pan pizza by the slice. And of course, plenty of wild-fermented, naturally proofed bread for sale by the loaf.

As usual, all the bread uses high quality, organic Central Milling flour (Type 85, for any bread nerds out there), proofing and baking everything on the premises. Eventually they’ll do pizza nights like they do in Culver City, which means a more substantial set of pies that should work for families out in the western San Fernando Valley. The team behind Lodge also recently opened Hasiba in Pico-Robertson, a casual Israeli cafe with pita sandwiches and hummus.

Lodge Bread is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
20929 Ventura Blvd. Unit 22 Woodland Hills, CA 90066

Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
Lodge Bread Woodland Hills
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