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Saturday, 14 May 2022



I didn't know Champagne Bakery had a location in Encinitas. I've been to the Carmel Mountain and the old Del Mar Highlands locations many times.


When stopped at the corner, we only saw the Broken Yolk restaurant, then saw Harvest Ranch Market when turning into the parking lot, Sandy. We were thinking Harvest Ranch for a sandwich (because it might be different than the El Cajon location) and noticed people walking back to the parking lot from next to the building, peered over and saw the outdoor tables. So happy we stopped here.


the sandwich looked hefty but delicious!


Lots of tempting treats in the pastry case.


The ciabatta 'top' was very light, while the bottom had a sturdy bottom crust, Kat. It was sliced in a proper way to be chewed (you could crush down that top to take a bite) and was very fresh. A very tasty breakfast sandwich.
Everything in the pastry case was a consideration, Soo, but the Jesuite simply had to be the order. It is much more difficult to make something 'simple' and plain; I do appreciate the work that went into that pastry.


Anytime I see a Jesuite in a bakery, I try it. Not too many bakeries make that down here.


It was a surprise to see it in the pastry case, cc. It was the first thing I ordered (before the meal). So fresh and quite perfect.

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