Hat Tip to Grain Bin

By: Mr. Wilson on March 31, 2009
I like to give kudos to local businesses that provide excellent customer service, products, or both. Today I want to offer a tip o' the hat to The Grain Bin, located near 48th and Highway 2 in the Briarhurst Shopping Center. I have enjoyed Grain Bin's products for as long as I can remember them being open. Since moving within a quarter mile we have been fairly regular customers. The Missus and Robbie go there often enough that the folks behind the counter are always ready to offer Robbie a piece of the product of his choice. (The other day he opted for a slice of spinach, artichoke, and cheese bread.) I'm not sure which is my favorite product, but I do know that I first came to love Grain Bin via their honey wheat bread. Good stuff. Are you a Grain Bin fan? Which is your favorite bakery in town?


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March 31, 2009 at 4:09PM

I don’t get their bread very often, but I like it. I actually worked there for about a year about 13 or so years ago when it was under the previous ownership. Spinach, artichoke and cheese bread sounds really good. Is that a Monday bread? I’ll have to head up there sometime.

March 31, 2009 at 6:22PM

La Quartier gets 90% of my business.  Love their airy crusty bread.

I had some rolls at Vincenzos sat that had some black pepper and olive oil in them I m guessing.  They were divine.  I am usually not to into breads with other stuff in them, but they were good.

jake rhymes with cake
March 31, 2009 at 6:37PM

do they have gluten-free breads? or options for those of us who have a wheat-intolerance?! im gonna check ‘em out either way; because i’ve never heard of them.

March 31, 2009 at 8:15PM

They made one when I worked there but I don’t know if they still do.

March 31, 2009 at 11:33PM

My wife is celiac and the best GF bread we’ve found comes from Open Harvest.

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