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The fast-growing Los Angeles-based bakery Breadlok is opening a new bakery in Venice, located at 512 Rose Ave.
This will be the fifth location for the gluten-free cafe, currently open in Santa Monica, Silver Lake, and Studio City. What Now Los Angeles previously reported on an upcoming Beverly Hills location, with an initial opening date scheduled for January 2022. As we approach the end of the year, owner Chloe Charlier has yet to open this site, which will have a much larger kitchen. Unlike the upcoming Beverly Hills location, the new Venice Breadblok will serve strictly as a bakery, similar to the Studio City site.
Breadblok takes pride in using only the finest, purest ingredients to make artisan bread and pastries. What’s just as important to ownership is the gluten-free lifestyle, which The Charlier family has embraced for three generations, starting on the family’s farm in Provence, France. It’s here where the family became dedicated to an organic and sustainable lifestyle, refusing to settle for anything subpar.
Eventually, Chloe decided to open Breadblok and brought this philosophy with her. Some common ingredients found at the restaurant include gluten-free flours — from coconut and almond to buckwheat and chia — and nuts, seeds, and fresh seasonal produce. If the food wasn’t delicious enough, the company is also committed to sustainability within every aspect of the business. Breadblok does this by sourcing like-minded suppliers and using environmentally conscious packaging.
“The majority of our ingredients are 100-percent organic, and everything that comes out of our ovens is made with only the necessities, free of gums, soy, and refined sugars,” according to the company’s website. “As a bakery with generations of French Provencal influence, we’re dedicated to bringing you healthful indulgence of the utmost quality. People with dietary preferences love us, from gluten-free and paleo to vegan and beyond. But so does everybody else. Just the way it should be.”