Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at These 9 Black-Owned Bakeries

Helping small businesses bounce back from the disruption of the pandemic is as easy as eating doughnuts, cupcakes, and Brookies.
Emma Kopelowicz • Los Angeles Magazine • June 12, 2020
Despite the stereotype that Angelenos are carb-averse, local bakeries are the pride and joy of so many communities across Los Angeles. Whether they’re your go-to breakfast spots or your afternoon pick-me-up stops, these indie businesses have...
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