Saturday, October 22, 2016

Atwater’s treehaus plants its roots into bigger digs; cantimpalitos find a permanent spot on a Silver Lake menu; French bakery’s bonjour in Boyle Heights

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Shopper and Diner button treehaus is staying true to its Atwater roots with its recent relocation from 3229 Glendale Boulevard to a bigger storefront just a few shops down at 3153 Glendale Boulevard, where it will share space with SewLA, which will continue to offer sewing classes in the back of the space. Started by mom friends Saralynne Lowrey Precht and Michelle Pederson, treehaus showcases a curated selection of statement jewelry, cutting edge fashion, funky housewares and baby gifts from more than 50 maker brands.  Treehaus’ new location also premieres rotating exhibits from local artists, which will kickoff with Atwater resident and artist Christopher Zibach’s paintings of the Los Angeles River. A grand re-opening celebration will be  held today.

In other Shopper & Diner news:

  • Bonjour, Boyle Heights. Eater LA reports that the light and airy French bakery Boulangerie de Paris  has opened in an up-and-coming warehouse area at 2301 West 7th Street east of the 101 Freeway. The breads and pastries are made from scratch and are baked in a wood-fired oven.
  • Craving cantimpalitos, a bite-size Spanish chorizo sausage that is encased in a sheep casing and is filled with lightly smoked and seasoned pork? The only place you can find these lil’ smokers in Los Angeles are at Barbrix in Silver Lake, according to L.A. Weekly.
  • Blue Collar Working Dog  has closed up its Echo Park Avenue location and  moved to a new, bigger space a few blocks away on Glendale Boulevard.

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