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Review: Bianca Bakery is a new bread sensation in Culver City

Times critic Patricia Escarcega reviews Bianca Bakery in Culver City.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • February 12, 2020
Baskets of blissfully chewy sourdough and focaccia are passed around readily at Bianca Bakery, unloaded like currency soon going out of circulation. You eat them with a slug of butter, surrounded by beautiful people in designer sunglasses, on a...
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