Do you want to try pastries with a variety of styles and flavors from all over the world? Los Angeles is a great place to visit because there are many pastry shops there that will satisfy your sweet tooth and cravings.


Pinoy California offers several recommendations in this article that you should consider trying!


Huckleberry Cafe


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Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan run the business. This cafe opened in 2009 with the goal of making customers feel welcome every time they visit Huckleberry. 


Everything is made on site using the freshest ingredients, so they serve the best menu. Aside from pastries, breads, and baked goods, one of Huckleberry's cafe signatures is a fried egg sandwich. 


Located at 1014 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401.


Copenhagen Pastry


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It is an authentic Danish pastry shop where you can taste freshly prepared pastries and cakes for various occasions. Copenhagen Pastry strives for customer satisfaction through delicious and high-quality products.


Some of their best sweet treats are almondy kringles, raspberry danishes, nougat crowns, braided cinnamon lines, and more. These pastries are not only delicious, but also reasonably priced.


Located at 11113 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232.


Diamond Bakery


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Founded in 1946 by Jack and Betty Segal, this bakery specializes in a variety of breads and pastries. Diamond Bakery will not only satisfy your sweet tooth in their shop, but they also offer catering services.


Diamond Bakery has been supplying challah, babka, cookies, and their signature racetrack pastry and corn rye for many years.


Located at 335 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036


If you are visiting or living in Los Angeles, you must go to Huckleberry Cafe, Copenhagen Pastry, and Diamond Bakery because they will surely satisfy your sweet tooth and make you happy. 



Written by Jewel Badillo


Christyn Jewel Badillo is currently a Digital Marketing Intern of PS Media Enterprise, and a 3rd year Bachelor of Arts in Communication student of Adamson University.



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