The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker-West Hollywood
What: The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker
Where: West Hollywood
For: All Ages
I saw this restaurant on Instagram and told myself that I would have to eat here whenever we were in West Hollywood. Last weekend, Ethan and I got that chance. The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker (or BBCM) serves modern Californian cuisines with a European Twist. They have the most amazing craft cocktails and specialty coffee beverages that you will ever see.
BBCM is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner daily. Although we didn’t eat at the restaurant, the food that we saw was very aesthetically pleasing. Guests ordered beautiful food for brunch, including sandwiches, avocado toast and salads. When we were sitting at the bar, there was a gorgeous coffee machine at the checkout stand of BBCM.
The specialty cocktails are especially great at BBCM. The guests next to us ordered a triple flight of mimosas in three different flavors. The Bloody Mary looked spicy and strong (although it was odd that a waiter was in the back pouring out three of the guests’ drinks into a pitcher and filling the now half-full drinks with Bloody Mary mix instead of alcohol. Ethan ordered a craft cocktail from the menu, and it was the perfect refreshment to a hot day.
Now, let’s talk coffee! Most of the coffee came out in mason jars. The real star of the show were the cappuccinos. The cappuccino that I ordered came out in about fifteen minutes with the most beautiful artwork I’ve ever seen in coffee. It was so gorgeous that I didn’t want to drink it. Although I was pleased with the look of the drink, it tasted very good as well.
There were so many people waiting at the front of the restaurant when we arrived. Patrons can sit at the bar if they don’t want to wait (understand that the bar seating is highly coveted). Guests can make reservations online, as there is always a wait for a booth or table.
Ethan said that this was the Instagram models’ paradise. Not only is the food Instagram-worthy, but the crowd is dressed in new Hollywood glamour. There is also a new store that recently opened at USC village. Please check their website for hours of operation.
The bill came in at $24 for one cocktail and the cappuccino. Although it’s expensive, I definitely think that it was worth the price for the experience and the beautiful coffee that I received. I would recommend coming here for the pure experience.
The Butcher, The Baker, the Cappuccino Maker Information
8653 West Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
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