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Looking for Brookline Bakery that existed 8 years ago

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Looking for Brookline Bakery that existed 8 years ago

tigrema | Jun 11, 2010 12:49 AM

Hi- I lived in Boston about 8 years ago, and will be making my first visit back next month. I have craved a chocolate bread w/chocolate chips (had white, semi-sweet, and maybe even milk choc. chips) for the past 8 years, and hope to get some while there. However, I don't remember the name/exact location of the bakery. After google research, I think it may have been around the Coolidge Corner area. It was near a beautiful B&B where I initially stayed, and near a busy intersection of which one of the streets was a straight shot ( I think!) to Brighton/Allston. I thought it was the "When Pigs Fly" bakery, but I see that was built AFTER I moved, so can't be them. ANd the chocolate bread they advertise is not what I had- it wasn't like a brownie, but an actual yeast bread, not too sweet, but lots of chocolate chips! The place was kind of "earthy," had a screen door, and pretty mellow inside.

Anybody?? Though it appears it may no longer exist, could someone at least give me the name?
Thanks!

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