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Sep 11, 2012 01:34 PM

Pretzel bread

Anyone know where in the midtown area I can find pretzel bread or rolls?

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  1. Whole foods makes a pretty great one (available, i think, as rolls also, though ive only ever had the "baguette")

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    1. re: tex.s.toast

      They're good but you have to grab them early in the AM when they finish baking them. They go south pretty quick once they've been sitting around. WF sells small rolls, sometimes little mini-baguettes and on occasion a big giant pretzel. They don't always have them all the time, not sure why.

      1. re: tex.s.toast

        I find the whole foods pretzel bread/rolls pretty grim. If at all possible the trip down to 7th ave and Charles st. to Landbrot will give you a far superior product.

        1. re: Alan Henderson

          or Sigmund's, they have rolls, shop is on Ave B/3rd, but they have a truck that goes to food events, and may do some distribution, if I recall.

      2. Alan's Landbrot suggestion is a good one if you can make it to the West Village. They make a very good pretzel roll and large, half soft, half hard pretzels. I don't think they make pretzel bread.

        1. David Burke @ Bloomingdale's - they make one of their sandwiches on them. Call and see if you can just order them whole: