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Friday, November 13, 2015

The Bread Box Cafe & Bakery to Open This Fall

Posted By on Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 12:46 PM

click to enlarge Fresh loaves and desserts are in store at The Bread Box. - COURTESY
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  • Fresh loaves and desserts are in store at The Bread Box.

Update November 30, 9:05 p.m.:
The city's latest bakery and cafe opens December 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. per the company's Facebook post this afternoon. Check out the teaser dessert up top. 

Original post continues below. 

More bread is always a good news, and I'm sticking to it.

The Bread Box, formerly a bread-only bakery that supplies loaves of goodness to several hospitals, hotels and restaurants (including Rosella's milk and honey English muffins), will open a bakery cafe at 555 W. Bitters Road #115 at The Alley on Bitters. 

The shop will open for breakfast and lunch with sandwiches made on fresh-baked bread, soups, salads and  The company has been providing breads across town for more than three years, with husband-and-wife team Lucas and Tina Kent kneading a lot of natural ingredients and Texan flours. Both SA natives, Tina worked at Cappy's for 17 years as general manager while Lucas baked bread for Lüke, Cappy's and Bliss.

The Bread Box will move into the former Bahia Azul space, a 3,000-square-foot eatery that's outfitted with a large bakery (complete with a massive window, which will let passersby take in the baking scene). The Kents are hoping to open the doors in late November or early December. 

click image Sammies are coming to the Alley on Bitters. - COURTESY
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  • Sammies are coming to the Alley on Bitters.

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