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Ad: Wave Hill Breads Bakery & Cafe is Much More Than Just Bread!

Have you heard? Wave Hill Breads is serving up way more than bread these days. Having recently moved their renowned artisan bakery from Wilton to 30 High Street in Norwalk, owners Margaret Sapir and Mitchell Rapoport launched Wave Hill Breads version 2.0 with a full cafe, serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday. This cozy eatery has developed a menu that celebrates local and seasonal ingredients and serves fresh, delicious fare. With WIFI, Java Love coffee, and the smell of freshly baked goods all day long, the Wave Hill Breads Bakery & Cafe is the perfect casual dining spot. Plus, they just won Best of the Gold Coast for Café/Bistro from Moffly Media.

Sure, you’ve seen their pain de campagne or and olive ciabatta at your local market, but it’s not just croissants and French Toast here (although those are both excellent choices). Breakfast offers favorites such as the Ultimate Egg Sandwich -- fluffy scrambled eggs, smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, and fire-roasted Poblano pepper all on a flaky rosemary croissant -- as well as a Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese bialy topped with caramelized onions. 

What’s for lunch? How about homemade Tomato Parmesan Soup with WHB Croutons, Grilled Cheese with Poblano Peppers or a truly French Country Ham and Brie on great crusty Ficelle. You can also find Vegan treats such as the homemade lemony Hummus on Ciabatta with Roasted Red Pepper. And I haven’t even gotten to the baked goods. 

Whether you crave an authentic French croissant, or a healthy, reasonably-priced meal, Wave Hill Breads Cafe is conveniently located, nestled between My Three Sons, The Garden Cinema, and Saraswatis yoga. Book groups and meetings of any kind are better while eating great food in this comfortable setting. The Cafe also offers delivery to local offices, as well as catering. 

You can find all the latest on Wave Hill Breads & Cafe, including daily menu updates, on their Facebook site, so “Like” them today. 

Also, spend an enjoyable afternoon participating in one of their hands-on educational programs which began with Croissants: Sweet & Savory.   Sign up for their mailing list and Like Wave Hill Breads on their Facebook page so that you will be first to get the announcements before the classes fill up.

Wave Hill Breads Bakery & Cafe 30 High Street  Norwalk, CT 06851 (203) 762-9595

(Find High Street around the corner from the Lillian August on Post Road.  It’s between Post Road and Wall Street in central Norwalk.)

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Try the tomato soup and the grilled cheese on Wave Hill Bread with spicy poblano peppers! Go on a nice day and sit outside at the picnic tables. A secret getaway spot!

October 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristy Colasurdo

This is so cool. I had no idea Wave Hill had a cafe. Thanks for sharing.

October 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJeffrey

Major heads up...

I tried, for the second time, a Wave Hill bread, the 3 grain French Batard.

This bread totally rocked. It was fantastic. As you may remember, I normally buy Tom Kat at Balducci, and I'm tellin' ya...Wave Hill, the roll is fantastic. The bread has much more flavor than TK (whose texture I love, nice and crispy) and was properly cooked, not doughey at all inside and perfect. This was bread my Italian grandfather would have loved. One caveat though....It needs to be same day, or it wont be perfect. Hint...It should not be soft to the touch; if so, it may be yesterdays, in which case, buy the Tom Kat, they get fresh each and every day except Christmas and New Years' I think....

December 8, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrealguy

Ok, Wave Hill update.

This bread is the real stuff. There are basically 2 sizes, a 3 grain country French Batard, which is the larger and better one, and the other is a baguette. They also make Ciabatta but I don't like Ciabatta. Anyway, I just want to report that this is the only kind of bread I buy now, it's way better than Tomkat, They are delivering it fresh each morning and nice and early in the morning, and I think I'm spending over a hundred bucks a month on this companies bread. The potential power of local info-marketing of superior products and services is great indeed.

February 26, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrealguy

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