Their mission is simple: "At Flatbread we believe in the quality and freshness of local, organic and sustainably grown, ingredients. Most of our ingredients originate from within 300 miles of our restaurant, just a few hours drive. Where possible, we purchase our ingredients directly from family farms, growers, and producers to ensure integrity. Full of Life Flatbread also strives toward affording a livable wage for our employees and suppliers. They deserve it. You deserve it. We believe that food remembers the acts of the hands and of the heart. "
The food is delicious and incomparable to anything I've had in Los Angeles. In fact, we had eaten at Pizzeria Mozza just the night before , and my husband and I agreed that their was no comparison - the meal at Hearth in the Cottonwoods out-shined Mozza easily. They go into more detail about the restaurant, menu and their practices at Full of Life Foods. If you can't make the trip, you can purchase their flatbreads at Whole Foods. However, this is not a substitute for a meal up there, merely something to tide you over until you can visit them.
Hearth in the Cottonwoods
225 West Bell Street
Los Alamos, California
Open 5pm - 10pm Friday and Saturday
Open 4pm - 8pm Sunday