The winter season has been a busy one for Tartine. The bakery recently opened a food hall along with Mexican eatery Cala and Thai restaurant Kin Khao inside of San Francisco International Airport. The next step in the brand’s expansion comes with the opening of its new Manufactory in Los Angeles.

The nearly 40,000-square-foot complex features restaurants and retail spaces, including a 7,000-square-foot bakery. The ambitious project from Tartine’s Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson, along with Chris Bianco of Pizzeria Bianco, debuted the evening of Tuesday, January 29.

Among the establishments that take up space in the Manufactory is the aforementioned bakery. It will supply breads and pastries to the restaurants on site as well restaurants and cafes across the country.

Another key feature of the Manufactory is Tartine Bianco. This fusion of the Tartine and Pizzeria Bianco concepts will first roll out dinner, followed soon by breakfast and lunch. It will offer flatbreads, salads, smørrebrød, and a variety of hot dishes.

Other establishments inside of the Manufactory include:

  • Market Bar – a communal dining space
  • The Market – a place to order salads, sandwiches and soups, charcuterie and cheese, drinks, and more to go
  • Walk-up window – a place where customers can get a quick coffee and pastry
  • Alameda Supper Club – a formal dining room, bar, and patio that will have a menu that leans Italian with fresh pasta
  • Prep kitchen – an 8,500-square-foot space that will be a research and development area for future dishes, as well as a place for fermentation of produce

Prueitt, Robertson, and Bianco are excited to welcome guests to their new project and are happy to be doing it in Los Angeles. “This city is inspiring us,” Robertson tells the Los Angeles Times. “That’s why we’re here.”