Amazing.. We were seated promptly, even though it was very busy. My husband and I split the hot salmon club, and we each got a petite clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl. Even though the service was a little slow (1/2 hour from when we were served the chowder until our sandwich appeared), the food was more than worth it.
Delicious aromas and yummy breads.. The aroma of this bread factory brings you in off the street. The lines are long, but move quickly, and they have samples to keep you happy while you wait. The variety of breads is fantastic and the staff very knowledgeable. The soups and food looked and smelled delicious, but we just bought some wonderful bread. It was remarkable.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. The new 26,000-square-foot flagship facility includes a demonstration bakery, market, museum and full-service restaurant.
in the morn!. 8/16/02 - 8/18/02, spent the morings at the cafe. It just happens that both my wife and I enjoy the aroma, favor and taste of the fine coffee in the wee morning hours of the day. Everyday started at the cafe, my wife delectibly eating the fresh pastries, while I golfed down every cup of fresh brew I could get my hands on. Yum, Yum coffee for the tum, tum. Oh yes, try the pizza bread for a midday snack.
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