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Flamingo Estate

Flamingo Estate

Sometimes, we’re here to make your life more expensive, but in the best of ways. So, we’d like to introduce you to the Flamingo Estate, a next-level gourmet inconvenience store. Set high above in the Los Angeles Hills, this purveyor of the finest foods is like the old Dean & Deluca, but even better. These are the staples you need to stock the pantry.

Welcome to the Estate

Richard Christiansen, owner of the Flamingo Estate, is pleasure-obsessed– he’s said so himself. A personal retreat, brand, boutique, garden, and farm– Christiansens’ LA home takes multi-hyphenate to a new level.

The Estate is undoubtedly one of a kind. But if we had to make a comparison, it’s sort of like an EatalyDean & DelucaGoop hybrid. It touches on lifestyle, with natural, small-batch beauty and home products. It’s ready to elevate your pantry, with specialty oils, vinegars, and condiments. And it’s first and foremost interested in pleasure, and the many forms it takes. For Christiansen, that looks like working with local farmers, harvesting salt from Big Sur cliffs, and keeping bees for local honey. For us, it looks like obsessing over just about everything he makes. Our current cart? A negroni candle, a jar of Harry’s Berries dusted in California-grown Guajillo Chile, and a handcrafted bar of French Blue Clay soap. Again, pleasure-obsessed.

Take one look at the shop, and you’ll get it. It’s the type of place you go in to buy a hostess gift and come out with ten things to keep for yourself. In addition, Los Angeles locals can get their produce delivered from here, via The Regenerative Farm Box. An elevated Farmers Market brought to you, the box is filled with a rotating selection of goodies: fruits, vegetables, eggs, spices, teas, baked goods, and more. Some from California farmers, some from the Flamingo Estate itself– all 100% local. Another option is the Weekly Bloom Bundle, a collection of seasonal, hand-harvested flowers grown and sourced locally.

Once you’re hooked, there’s also the option to commit even further with a Flamingo Estate membership. For $96 a year, members get free shipping, exclusive discounts, member-only products, early access, and seasonal gifts.

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