Take-Out Tip of the Day: Nicole Rucker Is Selling Her Incredible Pastries in Two Locations

A daily dining idea when you can only eat in
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • May 18, 2020
Plan ahead for your sweet treat needs. Supremely talented pastry chef Nicole Rucker is now offering her Fat + Flour goodies for curbside pickup from Grand Central Market (on the Hill Street Side) or at Dinosaur Coffee in Silver Lake. Last week was...
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