Maybe they could expand their storefront...
No longer cash only but charge service fee for cards.
Sandwich bread and pain d'epi. Skip croissants.
They do take debit cards now but there's a small fee. Less than an ATM fee and easier since the nearest ATM is all the way on Gilman.
Woah, they have rolls. Go for the walnut whole wheat. Delicious bread.
It's Friday. Challah!
No plastic accepted here. Bring you cash.
Pick up some currant & walnut cinnamon bread! Yum!
The Pain Au Levain seems to be the go-to classic bread. Not very sour tasting, but a well-rounded delight.
Cash (or check??) only, as posted on a sign on the front window. If you're like most people & don't go about your day reading small window signs, snarky locals will happily embarrass you at checkout.
Get some bread and brie and head up to Yosemite for the day.
Check out the excellent packaging policy
I was just shocked when I first saw it since it's really hard to find a real bakery in U.S. Usually there's a line in front of the bakery on account of the small area inside. But so worth it!
Ask for the Jalapeño bread on Thursdays.
Rye raisin rabbit roll
The bread is great. But cash only is a huge pain. Make sure you bring some real money with you.
The lines can be long but oh so worth it.
The sour dough cheese rolls are better than the Cheese Board's. (But don't tell anyone I said so!)
rolls ftw- challah & kaiser!