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Where To Buy Bread Near Me

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Salvadoran bakery Cuscatleca offers pan dulces, apple cinnamon bread, affordable light loaves, sandwiches, coffee, and light fare in Echo Park. The bakery has a sister panaderia in Pico-Union as well.

Danish bakery Copenhagen continues to serve Angelenos during the COVID-19 pandemic with morning pastries such as kringle and braided cinnamon lines, plus a rustic rye bread that should keep for many days.

Gusto Bread, the limited bakery operating out of a private home, is a boon for the Long Beach community as evidenced by the fans who crowd through the front door waiting for one its freshly-made baguettes. The wait is worth it, as the bread is warm and just the right amount of crusty. At the moment, Gusto is only available via pickup or delivery on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Brimfield Bread Oven is a wood-fired oven bakery and cafe by day and pizzeria by night. We make everything from scratch, using simple and, when possible, local ingredients. Everything is shaped by hand before being baked in our off-grid wood-fired oven. Visit our shop in the heart of Brimfield Township where we also have coffee, tea, wine and wifi!

Please note, due to current ongoing distribution issues, our bread may not be in all of these locations. If you find there is a store near you, please call the location before venturing out, to ensure the bread is currently there and available for purchase that day.

Alvand Bakery, 13318 Westheimer: This shop specializes in Afghan and Arabic breads, its hallmark being its all-natural Barbari naan, also known as Afghan naan or Iranian or Persian flatbread. This is the national bread of Afghanistan and served at almost every meal. It has ridged lines running across it, making it easy to tear apart for picking up food and soaking up sauces. The naan are large, over two feet long, and sold in bags of two. Alvand Bakery is open every day from 8 a.m to 8 p.m., except on Thursday.

Artisana Bread, 965 Pinemont: The most popular breads at this bakery are the organic sourdoughs, several of which incorporate ancient varieties of wheat, such as einkorn, spelt and kamut, making them easier for people with gluten sensitivities to digest. In addition, customers can usually also find pain de mie loaves made with 100% whole wheat and local honey, Scottish oatmeal bread, soft-baked demi baguettes, and flax, multigrain breads. On Fridays and Saturdays, focaccia is added to the array, which are all baked fresh daily. The very best selection is available on Fridays and Saturdays between 9 and 10 a.m. For holidays, look for stollen (a German Christmas bread), panettone, sweet potato rolls and king cakes for Mardi Gras. The bakery is open Wednesday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to noon. Artisana baked goods are also sold at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8 a.m to noon.

Asturias Bakery, 3856 South Dairy Ashford: This small bakery and café focuses on Argentine specialty breads such as pan cremona, librito salado, torta respada, torta de hoja and pan con grasa. The pan cremona, which hails from the city of Córdoba, is puff pastry in the shape of a crown that can add panache to any party spread and hold a small dish of dip in the center. The torta de hoja has a firm exterior with a fluffy, layered interior, while the torta respada is a denser flat roll from Mendoza. The librito salado is a layered, slightly salty roll that easily pulls apart and the pan con grasa is a small Uruguayan puff-pastry roll traditionally served with dinner.

Common Bond, multiple locations: For six years, this local bakery chain, open daily, has served up freshly baked goods to Houstonians. Expect to find loaves of classic white, country sourdough, sprouted sourdough, multigrain and Sunflower Rye, as well as baguettes. Also, challah rolls and loaves are available on weekends only. The restaurant-side of this establishment serves everything from breakfast to dinner, with coffee, tea, wine and beer to complement the entrées. The sandwich menu gives diners a chance to try some of the bread all dressed up.

French Gourmet Bakery, 2250 Westheimer: Since 1973, fifth-generation baker Patrice Ramain has been serving Houston both French- and American-style baked goods. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., visitors will find country French, Tuscan wheat, baguettes and dinner rolls baked from scratch daily using only a few high-quality ingredients. Arrive at 8 a.m. for the best selection, or call ahead to request items to be set aside for you. You can also place an order the day before pickup to ensure you can enjoy your favorite baked goods. For the holidays, French Gourmet Bakery adds specialty breads to the line up. These may include brioche, Apple Cinnamon Bread, Banana Bread, Cranberry Bread and Pumpkin Bread. While you are there, you can also find build-your-own sandwich options, kolaches, tarts, cookies, pies and French pastries such as éclairs.

French Riviera Bakery, 3100 Chimney Rock: This forty-year-old bakery is best known for its French baguette and croissants. Founded in 1977, all the breads are baked fresh daily, with the exception of Sunday when the bakery is closed. The best selection is usually available from 8 to 11 a.m., before the café gets busy for lunch. Originally just a boulangerie (a bakery that only makes breads), French Riviera has evolved over the years and now also offers breakfast and lunch items such as ham and cheese croissants and quiches, along with a full menu of classic French sweets like éclairs, Napoleons and macarons.

Kamalan Bakery, 9889 Bellaire: This Taiwanese bakery has a wide variety of housemade breads. In addition to traditional offerings such as green onion bread, and filled options that include cheese and bacon buns and Danish Chicken bread, guests will also find a variety of loaves, rolls and croissants, along with an assortment of sliced breads that are referred to as toasts. With a lineup that ranges from whole wheat cranberry bread to a basic sliced white bread called Family Toast, visitors will find many pleasing items. Kamalan Bakery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Magnol French Baking, 1500 North Post Oak: Salvadoran-born pastry chef Otto Sanchez and French-born chef baker Matthieu Cabon, whose friendship grew through baking and travel, collaborated to launch this artisanal bakery. Sanchez spent many years in Houston before perfecting his skills at various high-level culinary positions around the world, while dreaming of returning to his adopted hometown to start his own business. Together with business partner Kristen White, the two chefs use their unique experiences as inspiration for their organic, handcrafted breads and other decadent specialties.

Three Brothers Bakery, multiple locations: On May 8, 1949, Sigmund Jucker, his twin brother, Sol, and younger brother Max opened the first Three Brothers Bakery in Houston. The brothers, who survived the Holocaust, hail from a long line of professional bakers that date back to 1825 in Chrzanów, Poland. Their original Eastern European recipes for rye bread, challah, danish, cheese pockets, Kaiser rolls, bialy, traditional bagels and onion boards are still used today.

Tres Amigos Bakery, 10064 Long Point: This fast-growing, family-owned panaderia specializes in Mexican pastries and breads. Traditional bolillo bread is baked every 20-30 minutes daily. (Bolilo is similar to a baguette, but softer, shorter and often used for sandwiches or tortas, and as dinner rolls.) Other top sellers are several varieties of pan dulce, or Mexican sweet breads, including conchas, cuernos and mantecadas. Tres Amigos is open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Weights + Measures Bake Shop, 2808 Caroline: In addition to crafting all of the breads, buns, and pizza dough that the attached restaurant uses, the bakeshop also sells directly to the public. In a separate stand across from the restaurant entrance, hungry consumers can find loaves of baguettes, sourdough, rye, pumpernickel, brioche, Cranberry Walnut and ciabatta, which are baked daily Wednesday through Sunday. The shop also makes specialty breads for the holidays, including challah for Jewish holidays, rolls for Thanksgiving and Christmas and unique breads for Easter. 041b061a72


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