Baked and proofed overnight and throughout the day, we are focused on crafting a good loaf. We work towards sourcing all our ingredients as conscientiously as we can, currently supporting Lindley Mills out of Graham, Maple View Farms here in Chapel Hill and Counter Culture Coffee in Durham along with a number of great North Carolina Creameries making incredible local cheese. When we can, we try and support our local farmers and farmers markets in Carrboro and Chapel Hill. We have a seasonally rotating selection of breads that we are always excited to have the opportunity to expand as we grow along with support from our local bread lovers. Currently we offer these breads on rotation, or with 24 hours notice as a special order.
Whole Wheat Honey
Whole Wheat Flax and Sunflower
made with NC craft brews
Sold until we run out of fresh bread for the day, or ordered in advance. We also will try and craft unlisted special orders for anyone that takes the time to confer with our baker
Basic Country Bread (boules)
Variations on Country Bread
Olives and Herbs
Lean French Breads
Olive Oil Brioche
A rotating assortment of Muffins, Scones, Cookies, Brioche A'tete, and Brioche Cinnamon Rolls. Pies, tarts and croissants as we get busier!
Coffee, Espresso & Drinks
We serve traditional Italian style espresso drinks alongside their American variations, which our Baristas and bread slingers are as dedicated to hone their craft brewing. Our coffee is roasted with love and care by Counter Culture out of Durham, which we serve in cool looking mugs. We offer a selection of familiar bagged tea varieties, and organic/fair trade loose leaf teas
Beer and Wine
We have a variety of NC beers, mostly NC microbrews, and a few house wines
We want everyone to have access to freshly and conscientiously made food. We love working and crafting something purposeful and tangible, creating something meaningful for our community, and love being able to give people one more option to choose: so we opened a bakery. We also love all the other bakeries around us, and secretly want maybe a dozen more friendly little bakeries to open on our street so we can talk too much about bread when we’re not baking bread.