After a fire destroyed its restaurant last summer, Byblos Mediterranean Bakery has announced that it will be reopening in a new location in La Crescenta, “very close to the old spot,” per a post on its Instagram.
The family-owned eatery is known for its authentic Mediterranean cuisine like lebni, basturma, hummus, grape leaves, fatteh, falafel and shawarma, plus other dishes like pizza, sandwiches, wraps, flatbreads and salads.
“As we work diligently to prepare for the reopening, we understand the anticipation and excitement that surround this event. Your continued support means the world to us, and we look forward to serving you again in the near future. Thank you for your patience and understanding,” they said on Instagram.
Byblos also recently opened Byblos Mediterranean Express in Pasadena.