This glatt kosher sister location of the Pico Boulevard original finds another loyal following on Fairfax for breakfast, lunch and cakes..
Bursting with energy throughout the day--starting with the early-to-rise bagel crowd, followed by noontime families and early dinner folk--this airy eatery entices with its warm and welcoming vibe, comfy wicker chairs and chainy coffeehouse vibe. The expansive menu features both made-to-order sandwiches and prepacked versions; there's even ready-made sushi rolls. The capuccino bar leads to lingering, even as busy soccer moms make their way in to pick up special order confections from the "Magic of Cakes" book.
Delicious desserts, but lines get long.
This store knows how to do chocolate desserts! The chocolate challah bread and croissants I?ve had from there are just so light while filled with rich, chocolate flavor. Their cookies and rugelach are fantastic, too. However, I?ve had to wait in line at this place from 5 ? 20 minutes every time I?ve gone. Plus, there were a bunch of flies swarming around the dessert cases last time I was there. Kinda takes away from the eating experience. Schwartz also has a sandwich and salad station, but I?ve never tried it.