Coco’s Bakery Corporate Office

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Coco's Bakery Corporate Office Address

Coco's Bakery Restaurants, Inc.
2200 Faraday Avenue, Suite 250
Carlsbad, California 92008

Contact Coco's Bakery

Phone Number: (760) 804-5750
Fax Number: (760) 476-5141
Website: http://cocosbakery.com/
Email: Email Coco's Bakery

Coco's Bakery Facts

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Coco's Bakery Executives

CEO: Masahiro Kemmotsu
CFO: Lynette McCullough
COO: Tony Barr

Coco's Bakery History

Coco’s Bakery was founded in 1948 in Corona Del Mar, California. The original name was The Snack Shop”. The company has been sold several times over the years, most recently in 2015 by Zensho Company, LTD.

Coco’s Bakery is a casual restaurant chain which features typical American cuisine, such as hamburgers, salads, and sandwiches, in addition to bakery items such as pies, cakes, and muffins. Bakery items are displayed in a case near the front door and can be purchased to go or they can be ordered by the piece to accompany meals.

The company currently has 57 locations in California, Arizona, and Nevada. Coco’s has been experiencing financial difficulties and shut down 38 locations without warning in April of 2015, soon after purchase by the Zensho Company.

Coco's Bakery FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Coco's Bakery?
Answer 1: The phone number for Coco's Bakery is (760) 804-5750.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Coco's Bakery?
Answer 2: The CEO of Coco's Bakery is Masahiro Kemmotsu.

Question 3: Who founded Coco's Bakery?
Answer 3: Coco's Bakery was founded by in .

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Jeanne Parker June 9, 2018 at 12:08 am

We are frequent guests at your facility at 5350 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City. The restaurant
is usually crowded. In spite of being a always short staffed, the service is pleasant.
However, please new menus. Not only in choices but these are worn and DIRTY!
Why is the restaurant food items frequently “not available”? This restaurant is a
landmark and should be first class, as it used to be.

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Cinderelle langit December 18, 2017 at 12:52 pm

I went to the cocos bakery restaurant off of 5350 Sepulveda Blvd in culver city ca. I ordered the 7.99 daily meal. The meal was not very good. Eggs were scrambled but serving size was for an infant to eat..the bacon tasted like it was fried in old oil and the pancake tasted rubbery and old. I felt like I was being feed left overs.As far as customer service it was good. I gave it a 1 star because of the food. If chef Ramsey was here he would be very disappointed. I could’ve spent my money at a fast food joint instead of a restaurant that serves lousy food.

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Marsha Vargas October 26, 2017 at 11:23 pm

Today, October 26, 2017, my husband and I had dinner at the Coco’s on Foothill Blvd. in Upland, CA. My husband had the Shrimp Scampi in Alfredo sauce, and I had the grilled cod with a baked potato. It was around 6:00 p.m. We also ordered an apple pie to go. I just wanted to compliment our waitress, Amy, on her upbeat demeanor and attentiveness to our meal. I had forgotten to show her a coupon before we ordered. No problem, it would be taken care of at the register. The manager, Cenen, came over to see if everything was satisfactory. We said yes, showed him the coupon. He took it and said it would be taken care of when we went to pay. It was! Our total experience was wonderful. We shall return.

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terri falco July 24, 2017 at 12:24 pm

Friday, July 24th at 7:23 my husband and I visited the Coco’s on Hawthorne Bl. in Torrance, CA. We had breakfast it was good. I bought a peach pie with crumb topping to take home. At home I took a small taste with a spoon. It had a funny taste. I thought maybe there is some spice in it that I didn’t care for. Saturday morning I tried another taste giving it another chance. Both times I did not cut into the pie. No still a flavor I didn’t like. When my daughter cut into it later Saturday night it was molded beyond belief. No wonder I didn’t care for the flavor. Yuck!! I took the pie to the restaurant on Sunday morning (yesterday). I asked to speak to a manager. They woman manager said that because it was bought on Friday night and it was Sunday morning that is why it was molded. WHAT?? You make pies that will mold in 24 hours. I told her NO it was already full of mold when I bought it on Friday night that is why it tasted so funny. I asked her if they date pies when they go onto the shelves, she said yes. She picked up the pie and looked at the bottom of the pie pan and saw nothing there. I guess maybe they mark the date there? She offered me another pie. I can’t even look at pies right now. My stomach is still upset. She did give me my money back, and told me when I get over this pie thing (my molded pie) and decide I want pie to see her and she would give me a pie for free.

I have ordered pies from them during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. There has never been a problem. I feel she the manager was not very upset over one of her stores pies being so mildewed.

I am not sure that anything will change with the way they control the days a pie sits in their cooler. I hope so for other customers sake, but I will never be able to buy a pie there again.

Thank you for listening,

Terri

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Forrest Patrick III December 28, 2016 at 2:07 pm

My identity has been stolen by an employee of yours. I looked at my credit report and it says my employer is Coco’s bakery but I’ve never work at Coco’s bakery.

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