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Learned about Vittoria and the Good Bread Company through the show Still Standing. Drove one and a half hours to visit and bought way more than just a "loaf of bread"!!! Great food and friendly people who served us.
Go hear at least once per week. Garlic and potato loaf, sourdough, farmers loaf and my personal favourite, the baguette’s.
There are many varieties to numerous to mention. You can phone and place an order. They will slice the bread for you while you wait....Don’t get there at noon expecting a full selection still to be there. Some items sell out.
This place is now our once a week guilty pleasure.More
We just love the Good Bread Company and their products. Today we are picking up Cranberry Pecan and Farmer's loaves although if there is a bread stcik or cinnamon bun avaible, we will probably end up with one of those as well.
I still struggle...to decide whether the owner is a Baker or Master of Temptation :)More
We heard that Johny Harris was going to do a show there on Still Standing show so we decided to drop by and see the town. Nice to se a hidden gem in this small town that used to be a prosperous tobacco farming country....Lots of bread to choose frm if you come me early or order ahead of time including dill pickle bread. Gluten free bread options.More
Rick offers a large variety of artisanal breads and other baked goods. My favourites are the raisin, buttermilk, sourdough, and farmers breads. When available, try the pickle demi baguettes. Fantastic with cheeses and cold cuts. The buttermilk buns are great as hamburger buns. Get there...by noon for best selection. My favourite fresh bread place. Definitely worth the drive to Vittoria.More
Fabulous bread with fabulous choices. The crusty light rye is a great everyday sandwich bread. Love the cranberry/pecan loaf for a treat and to-day tried the Indian Summer Multiseed - that is a WOW! Also tried the Not Cross Buns to-day (no, not a spelling...error - that is their name!). Absolutely fabulous - great flavour and lots of fruit. If you like good bread and you appreciate the work that goes into this bread making, you will realize that the prices charged are not over the top. Compare it with your supermarket bread which will cost almost as much and be nowhere near as good. Obviously by the customers comments in the shop, the dill pickle bread and the onion bread are also winners. Looking forward to trying them on a future visit. Also great fruitcake, old fashioned cookies and tarts and turnovers. Well worth a sidetrip to Vittoria.More