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Where did Gracefully source their bread? Anyplace nearby that gets the same stuff (Filone)?

_emilie_ | Nov 19, 201411:00 AM     7

Hey guys,

So the Gracefully on Ave A just closed, and I have an unfortunate addiction to their now departed filone loaf. Does anyone happen to know where they sourced their bread and if anyone else nearby uses the same?

The closest filone to me (that I know of) is now Il Buco Alimentari, which is comparably a hike (I live significantly east of Gracefully). But I suspect Gracefully was getting their bread from Grandaisy - that's a whole lot further.

I have never seen filone at Gracefully-killer Union Market or Pain D'Avignon in Essex Market.

The photo above is the closest approximation of what I'm looking for.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Gracefully Inc
Gracefully
Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria
Grandaisy Bakery
Café D’Avignon, LES
Café d'Avignon @ The Plaza
Union Market
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