Review: Tartine Bianco at the Row is where all your bread dreams come true

Tartine Bianco, the casual, all-day downtown L.A. restaurant at ROW DTLA's mega-complex, the Manufactory, spotlights unfussy, "old soul" cooking.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • May 30, 2019
Early in the evening, ROW DTLA has the gloomy air of a post-apocalyptic city on the mend. Most of the shops and offices inside the vast complex of redeveloped, century-old warehouse spaces have closed by 6 p.m.; a couple of storefronts, currently...
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