We are open from 8 am to 6 pm daily, offering a diverse assortment of pastries, breads & savory foods. In an effort to meet the needs of the neighborhood better, we have expanded our offerings of produce, dairy and other grocery needs. We invite you to come inside (albeit only a few at time) & check out our newly created market.
We offer outdoor seating on our patio and closely monitor the number of patrons in the store and everyone inside the store is required to wear a mask at all times. We offer takeout and delivery through online ordering and can provide curbside and carryout pickup. Next day delivery of cakes and other large orders also possible throughout the city!
Lately we have so enjoyed using Watermelon Radish in our dishes. This heirloom variety of the daikon radish adds a peppery yet sweet taste to our salads. The vivid burst of Watermelon-rose color would even get the kids eating radish.
Our baker Ben started making these rye loaves a few months ago and we are excited to put them in our "breadline" full-time. Using a local cracked rye, we are able to get a wonderful nutty-earthy flavor that compliments so many different types of foods.
Bread Furst was preceded by two Washington bakeries, Marvelous Market which opened in 1990 and then The Breadline in 1997. But for one reason and a few others, by 2010 there was no neighborhood bakery in Washington. That seemed wrong and it is why Mark Furstenberg, an old man far beyond his prime, opened Bread Furst, a neighborhood bakery just half a mile from Marvelous Market, by now just a nice memory.