Come visit us at the Garlic Festival in Bethlehem, CT this weekend - October 11 and 12.  It's from 10 to 5.

For more details, go to www.garlicfestct.com

This is a peak inside our Caramelized Garlic Loaf.

         

 

Catch us on NBC  TV

http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/Feast--Wave-Hill-Breads/264887841

The season for apples and squash has arrived... and pumpernickel, too.

Plan to visit a Farmers' Market this week!  

Irvington Wednesdays 3:30 to 7:30 - come for dinner or bring it home  

Westport Thursdays 10 to 2 at the Imperial Avenue parking lot

Madison Fridays 2 to 6 on the Church Green  (Starts earlier this year!)

Bethel Saturdays 9 to 1 in the Stony Hill Section

Katonah 9 to 1 at the John Jay Homestead

New Canaan Saturdays 10 to 2 at the municipal lot next to the library

Larchmont Saturdays 8:30 to 1  at the Train Station 

Litchfield Saturdays 10 to 1

New Milford Saturdays 9 to 12 on the Green

South Salem  9 to 1 on Saturdays at Gossett's Nursery.

Croton-on-Hudson   Sundays 9 to 2 Municipal Place - off Rt 9 exit 

Georgetown Sundays 10 to 2 on Main Street

Click on Retail Locations to find additional places to purchase our breads.

Click on Restaurants to find the discerning restaurants that have chosen to serve our breads and rolls.

 

 

Wheat, Spelt, Rye, Sea Salt, Yeast, and Water.

Time.  Temperature. Touch.

That's all we use to make our original French Country bread.  We are now offering a variety of breads and rolls made by hand in the artisan tradition.

At Wave Hill Breads, we believe in making delicious, artisan bread with ingredients your grandmother would recognize, including organic whole grains we mill at the bakery.  Visit our bakery in Norwalk, find us at Farmers' Markets, Specialty, and Grocery Stores, and frequent the restaurants that serve Wave Hill Breads in Connecticut and New York.

Come stop by the bakery anytime after 10 am Tuesday through Saturday. Please enter through the red back door (exact change is appreciated)!

Let us introduce you to the joy of bread.

The best bread on the East Coast.
— Michael and Jane Stern of Roadfood.com and The Splendid Table on NPR