This place is awesome. They have great baked goods and amazing soups. I'd recommend it for anyone. Stop by if you have a chance.
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Awesome place for specialty breads and the pizza here makes you want to come back for more. The only draw back is that it is very thin crust pizza and I like the thicker
On our way home, we stopped at Rockfish Bakery for a quick to go breakfast. My daughters shared a breakfast sandwich, which they said was very good. We also all shared a cinnamon roll and an almond roll, which were pretty good. My husband bought...More
We were going to be in town to celebrate my daughter's birthday so I called Rockfish. She happily took my order even though she already had multiple wedding cakes for that day. As long as I chose the same flavor as one that she was...More
We wanted a light quick breakfast with coffee. I had the bacon, egg on ciabatta toast for $5. It was wonderful and the coffee was very good as well!! The bakery counter was so tempting, we had to buy a chocolate chip cookie for the...More
This bakery is owned by Blackfish Cafe'. If you don't get a homemade ding done after dinner at the Blackfish, go to the Rockfish bakery in the morning and get one...if they have them, need to go early! Coffee was good, and scones were wonderful.
The house made pain de campagne , natural fermented leavening ( a leavain I think) beautiful crusty top , hearty bread, tasty and soft with lots of spring in the middle, delicious bread. A big tip of the hat to the chef for hand slicing...More
Stopped in for a bit of lunch. Baked goods being created in front of our eyes. Had a delicious slice of pizza, warmed up on the oven - the proper way - and a homemade humus plate, which was very tasty and had great texture....More
Tiny, homegrown, great coffee. I have a home down the coast. Never miss stopping here to pick up a couple days worth of 'real' scones. And I go early. Tiny, perfect places do not stock the display cases like Safeway. I have found the service...More