• Sullivan street bakery New york (Food, Bakery)
  • Bread is, of course, more than just flour and water. Its significance spans the realms of society and culture, and at Sullivan Street Bakery the importance of bread is not taken lightly. The founder, Jim Lahey, first learned about the art of bread baking in Italy. He returned to the U.S. and worked 37 different jobs before finally following his dream and returning to Italy to research bread. He came back to New York equipped with wild yeast he… More info
    533 West 47th St, New York, NY 10036
  • Amy's bread New york (Food, Bakery)
  • Baking—bread in particular—is an intense process that requires close, constant attention not just to exacting levels of ingredients, but also to environmental factors like heat and humidity. Amy Scherber, founder of Amy’s Bread, understands this, which is why after nearly 20 years of expansive success all her baked goods remain handmade. In the late ‘80s, NYC lacked the kind of high-quality, European-style breads to which we’re now so accustomed… More info
    672 Ninth Ave, New York, NY 10036
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