If you’re already a fan of BreadHive Bakery, then you will be happy to know that their latest addition to the business is a “walk-up” window, where customers can get baked goods without even walking inside the building. To add to the fun, ease and deliciousness, BreadHive will also serving up Public Espresso coffee, and yogurt and chèvre from First Light Creamery.
To mark the occasion, and the launch of this wonderful goodness, BreadHive is hosting a celebration where they will detail all of new elements of the operation. On September 1 from 10am-2pm, BreadHive welcomes everyone to come and enjoy music coffee pour overs, and all of the rest of their goodies, including the best bagels made in Buffalo.
In the meantime, you can still find BreadHive baked goods at Lexington Co-op, Guercio and Sons, and Farmers & Artisans, as well as at Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market on Saturdays and as a bread share, the Crust Belt (info at www.breadhive.com/crustbelt).