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Pain Quotitien in Bethesda opens with bread issues

potrzebie | May 17, 2008 06:12 AM

Pain Quotidien opened this week in Bethesda, in the courtyard of a new building occupying the old Giant space along Arlington Road, between Bethesda Ave. & Elm St. I've bought bread there twice, and both times I had to explain to a manager that there is no sales tax on loaves of bread in Maryland. Perhaps more importantly, the bread (Walnut Wheat Boule & Baguette l'Ancienne) didn't taste all that fresh to me. The bread I bought this morning tastes as though it were baked sometime yesterday; not inedibly stale, but certainly not out-of-the-oven fresh, either.

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