Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Bread

San Diego County does not produce any wheat or other grains used in bread making. Nevertheless, we have many local bakeries that make good, wholesome breads (some even organic) from ingredients grown elsewhere. Here's a list to get you started:

BELEN ARTISAN BAKERY
where to buy:

BREAD & CIE
where to buy:
-Bread and Cie Cafe
where to buy:
- Bread on Market (730 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92101) 

CHARLIE'S BEST BREADS
where to buy:
-Charlie's Best Breads (1808 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach)
-Hillcrest Farmers' Market
CON PANE RUSTIC BREADS
where to buy:
-Con Pane Rustic Breads and Cafe (1110 Rosecrans St., San Diego)

(organic)
where to buy:
-String Beans (El Cajon, CA)

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VILLAGE MILL BREAD COMPANY
where to buy:
-Village Mill Bread Company (Del Mar Highlands Town Center, Del Mar Heights Rd & El Camino Real, San Diego)

Is there a bakery missing from the list that you think should be included? Do you know of more places to buy these breads? Please comment below!

4 comments:

logovo said...

Going over your list and I saw that you mention Bread on Market only selling wholesale. I go to their location downtown (730 Market Street) and can pick up a loaf Mon-Fri. They have nice lunch items as well :)

Now back to your post!

Melanie Lytle said...

Fixed! Thanks, logovo!

Heather S. said...

Belen Artisan Bakery in Escondido. They sell at their bakery and at Major Market in Escondido as well as the Escondido and Rancho Bernardo Farmer's Markets.

Melanie Lytle said...

Thanks, Heather! I've also added Sadie Rose Baking Company to the list.