There are a bunch of places to eat inside The Manufactory, the big complex at The Row DTLA from SF’s Tartine Bakery, but the newest is the best. Alameda Supper Club has an atmosphere similar to its roommate, Tartine Bianco, but displays more of an Italian influence (mostly because there’s a pasta section on the menu), and the food is both more refined and more interesting. But maybe the best thing on the menu is the cheddar and smoked ham toast - two little strips of buttery toast with cheddar mornay sauce and smoked ham shaved over the top.
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