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Sunday, 05 September 2010



I love croissants that have the marzipan filling!


I always try almond croissants when I can, Carol. The marzipan from Bread on Market is different than the ready made stuff. A fancy treat.


Can't wait to try this place...just wondering, how does the bread compare to Bread & Cie or Con Panne?


*Much* smaller than Bread and Cie or Con Pane, James. That is the counter and bread selection in the photos and nine or ten tables, includes the ones out front. I think Bread on Market is better in terms of the breads I like- a simple baguette, the 'fancy' walnut raisin rye and a seedy rye. The breakfasts are simple, quality and so are the sandwiches. Get there early, I rarely see more than three people working and if you don't like lines, that is best.


I have 4 groupons that I bought for this place and haven't had the time to try it yet. I'm so glad you did a post on them! Now I'm going to try to make a bigger effort to try them out. Have you been able to try any of their sandwiches? I might want to grab some things for a picnic on the weekend.


Hi again, Kim. Everything is really good here. I like very simple sandwiches, made with really good bread and have had the baguette with salami (just salami and European butter)and the Tuscany (first one on the menu-fresh mozzarella with roasted peppers, olives,onion, tomato and arugala)and have had bites of the roast beef, turkey pesto and egg salad and have liked all of them. They make grilled sandwiches also and I want to try one when it is cooler out, maybe with some soup. They do a picnic box for $10-sandwich, chips and bottled beverage, but I am unsure if that is only on Baseball game days, when I try to stay away from downtown.


Oh man I thought they were closed on Sundays! Or at least, they used to be. When I visited they had already run out of pastries so I've been meaning to go back just for that. That almond croissant looks amazing!


Easy, free parking downtown all day Sunday, Mary. As you can see from the photo, we are there before 9. The line is out the door by then...

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