Woodstock abounds with more restaurants that it needs, but when one hesitates the best choice is Bread Alone. The ingredients in their breads, soups, sandwiches and pastries are
Selected with care.
My sweet tooth was satisfied by a chocolate croissant and a cup of coffee that did not taste like pig
It did not make sense to my friend but I followed this with a zesty and fresh green salad.
There were a variety of sandwiches with Bread Alone’s excellent breads —all to suit the most finicky of taste.
My friend chose French Toast made with thick Challah bread and sweetened with real maple syrup.
The best time to visit Bread Alone is during the week. Weekends there is often a long line though the line does move quickly.
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