Where is the best sourdough bread?
- melanie Sep 6, 2005 03:05 PM
Hey gang! Can someone tell me the best place to get sourdough bread--either buying buy the loaf or served at a restaurant? I'm having major problems finding a good place! THANKS!
I absolutely love the sourdough bread from the Wheatland Baking Co. They sell it at Fish King in Glendale for sure, but you could call and ask who else they distribute to.
I like the small loafs of fresh sourdough bread at The Bluewater Grill. Served hot with lots of butter to add. It goes great with the chowder. That will be a great combo on a rainy day this winter -- or now. I was not impressed with the salad -- too much white "greens."
The Bluewater Grill
665 North Harbor Drive
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Like everything its sometims a matter of personal taste.
You can get fresh or sometims day old 1.5 lb.loaves of sourdough bread from Frisco Bakery on 26th Avenue a half block from San Fernando Road in Los Angeles. (near the Golden State and Pasadena Freeway). Day old loaves used to be $1.25 and fresh used to be like $1.60. Wholesale prices for eveyone and other types of bread besides sourdough. I haven't been there for several months (I was on the low carb kick). They supply sourdough bread to The Original Panty. They make a thick sliced French bead which is great for making French toast or garlic bread(Hamburger Hamlets supplier).