Worth the Trip
“With its cases lined with pastries and rustic loaves of naturally fermented breads, the Bread Peddler remains the market’s biggest draw, generating foot traffic for the newcomers.”
“Enjoyed breakfast here and would love to go back for lunch! Had their classic breakfast...poached eggs perfect as well as their potatoes. The bacon is to die for, we were told they make it. Also the bread toasted was so yummy. Eggs benedict also looked great! Have to stand in line to order but worth it.”
Best Bakery, Best Soup
“Those hoping for a fresh loaf would be smart to call ahead if they plan to arrive much after noon. But there are plenty of other items to be found at the downtown bakery, winner of both Best Bakery and Best Soup.”
Best Dining Bets
"Those in the know make the Bread Peddler a daily stop for flaky croissants and oeufs en cocotte. Piquant tuna Niçoise sandwiches come on house-baked baguettes, and the almond meringue cookies are chewy, meltin-your-mouth good."
Don’t miss: The croissants.
“Baker and owner Andre Lerest, who hails from Brittainy, France, creates incredible pastries and breads. He also offers gluten-free items and a full café-style menu for lunch and dinner. Don’t miss: The croissants. They’re flaky, airy and oh-so buttery. "