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No More Good Bakeries? (Balto. version)

FoiGras | Aug 18, 200803:28 PM     10

There was a topic for the D.C. group concerning there weren't anymore good bakeries. Thought we Baltimoreans could develop our own "conversation" regarding this topic.

No longer do we have Silber's Bakery. Arbutus used to have a cute little bakery. There is Stone Mill Bakery, which seems to have decent bread. I'm not a big fan of Panera, but they do bake bread and other items.

What about Patisserie Poupon? I haven't been there in quite some time, but there offerings were excellent.

Good "ole" Vaccarro's in Little Italy?

Some Chowhounds have mentioned Woodlea Bakery and another in Hamilton(?).

Comments/Thoughts? FoiGras

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