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Marco. “Rather than sending a message to El
Segundo that we couldn’t adapt, we wanted
to make a point that we are doing everything
we can to strengthen the town and support
the community with good, reliable, quality
food. So now, Monday through Saturday,
Freshly baked goods served all day.
we’re open from 7 AM to 3 PM. And on
Sunday, we’re open from 8 AM to 2 PM.”
The restaurant is somewhat hidden from
view on Sepulveda since it’s tucked inside
a crowded plaza next to the El Pollo Loco
and In-N-Out Burger at the intersection of
Sepulveda and Mariposa Ave. Driving by in
search of B&B may wind up with you making
a few U-turns, but if you take Mariposa
down to Sepulveda and cross the street into
the next entrance of the plaza, you should
have no problem finding the location. “Of
course, we hope things go back to normal,
but regardless of what happens, we’re going
to be here for many years to come,” Marco
says proudly. “We live in El Segundo. All
four of my kids grew up here and went to
school here. We have a responsibility to serve
the public, and we appreciate everyone for
the support during COVID-19—we’re here
for you always.”
To check out B&B’s menu, you can visit
http://www.breadbutterla.com/, or you can
give them a call at (310) 640-2274 to place
an order. Marco and his wife, Sophia, also
own Petit Cafe next to Bread & Butter. So be
sure to also check out their menu for some
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