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Breakfast at Bottega Louie

February 16, 2010

To avoid large crowds on hearts day, we decided to celebrate Valentines starting at nine in the morning on a beautiful SoCal day at Bottega Louie. With the ongoing effort to revive the vibe of downtown LA, Louie (as it’s famously referred to) definitely set the bar high.

There was no wait time, a pretty brunette graciously seated us to our table by the floor-to-ceiling windows. The high-end but moderately-priced restaurant/gourmet market/patisserie is a palatial place with white marble adorning almost the entire block at 7th & Grand. It was no typical breakfast, I had their Pancetta and Burrata Scramble and the hubby got his taste of the famous New York Egg Sandwich with a side of breakfast potatoes. Complimentary still or sparkling water was served but I didn’t pass up on my freshly squeezed OJ and neither did Bruce and his caffeine fix.

Ah, the patisserie takes this place to a whole new level. Their famous macarons are elegantly displayed beside pastel boxes tied with silk ribbons. Dainty mini cupcakes, éclairs and croissants are just some of the pastries that gleam in the glass case.

Heaven!

Did I tell you how divinely and utterly happy I am?

{Happy Hearts Day Loves!!}

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 28, 2011 12:28 pm

    Greeeeeeeeat Blog Love the Infomation you have provided me .

    • Amelie permalink*
      July 29, 2011 3:56 pm

      you’re welcome! thanks for reading! 🙂

  2. August 21, 2011 10:44 pm

    Very Interesting what you have going on .

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