5 Marketplaces from L.A. Restaurants and Bakeries

By Nicole Bustamante | April 15, 2020 | Food & Drink

Top eateries across the city have transformed into pop-up markets offering everything from fresh bread and produce to toilet paper.

Poppy + Rose

Turn to the American comfort food classic for eggs, oats, fennel, toilet paper and more. Call ahead between 9am and 3pm to see what’s available, order, then pick everything up curbside. poppyandrosela.com, 213.995.7799, @poppyandrosela


Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant

The specialty butcher shop and restaurant is providing grocery services in addition to delivery meal options. Vacuum-sealed steak, beef, duck, pancetta, soups, sauces, pantry items and restaurant main dishes are available through Caviar and Postmates or by phone. Call between 10am and 4pm to receive your grocery items the next day, when they go out from 2pm to 8pm. gwenla.com, 323.946.7513, @gwenla


The Michelin star restaurant has recently opened The Marketplace at Maude pop-up, which is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 6pm for pick up. The delicious selection of baked goods, soups, salads, daily specials and pantry essentials like pasta, eggs, veggies, milk and more will make your mouth water. Bonus: If meats from sister-restaurant Gwen can’t arrive in time, you can also find a selection here. Check Maude’s Instagram account for updates on service, offerings and hours. mauderestaurant.com, 310.859.3418, @mauderestaurant



The L.A. bakery was one of the first in town to transform its business model. It’s now offering direct-to-consumer bakery deliveries and is partnering with County Line Harvest to deliver fresh produce in grocery boxes. In an attempt to preserve as many jobs as possible, fresh baked pastries, bread, pre-packaged meals and market items are available for delivery and pick up by Röckenwagner employees. Order online or over the phone, and check updates via their Instagram account. $37.50/Individual box (2-3 people), $58.00/Family box (4-5 people), rockenwagnermarket.com, 310.577.0747, @rockenwagnerbakery


Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

The beloved East Side bakery is solving all your bread problems with local delivery and in-store pick up for grocery items including deli meats, eggs and toilet paper, while also selling bread starter kits for at-home baking. The bread kit will be available to order for $25 nationwide, but is free when picked up in-store between 10am and 3pm. They are also offering an in-store section focused on “pay what you can” for those in extenuating circumstances. mrholmesbakehouse.com, 323.739.0473, @mrholmesbakehouse

Photography by: Gwen LA photo by Ray Kachatorian
Röckenwagner photo by Patti Röckenwagner
Mr. Holmes photo courtesy of Mr. Holmes Bakehouse