Village Baking Company Opening Retail Space Oct 4

by Steven Doyle

You may not have heard of the Village Baking Company, but they have been quietly been baking their artisan-style breads for the past eight years in the Dallas area. Clint Cooper has been baking his breads using only natural and organic ingredients such as unbleached flour, ground wheat, whole grains, filtered water, and sea salt – and absolutely no chemicals or preservatives. All of Village Baking’s Artisan breads are baked in small batches on hearth deck ovens giving our bread the distinctive goodness and golden crust that is its signature.

You most likely have tried Village Baking Company breads at your favorite restaurants around the city, or perhaps a local farmer’s market. We just received word that is opening his own retail store on October 4, 2012.

The store will initially be open Thursday through Saturday from 7am to 5pm, with plans to expand the hours in the future. Products will include artisan breads, house made granola, house made jams, pastries including our famous croissants, delicious pies, savory loaf cakes, breadsticks, and freshly roasted coffee.

The new location for Village Baking Company is located at 5531 East University Blvd. in Dallas.


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One response to “Village Baking Company Opening Retail Space Oct 4

  1. I’ve made Grilled Cheese sandwiches with their Sourdough and it’s amazing. UH mazing. I would love to try some more.

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