Need a Morning Pick Me Up? The Grateful Bread is Coming to the Blue Ridge Stake Out
We will have Floyd Virginia’s Grateful Bread on site serving up homemade cinnamon rolls, homemade scones, muffins, grilled breakfast sandwiches and bowls (GF if you are the type that can’t do the gluten), coffee (hot and iced, chocolate/caramel/vanilla), chia yogurt with fruit and granola. Prices range $3-$8 and will start at 7:00AM-10:00AM Saturday and Sunday morning. So grab a coffee, a light breakfast to hold you over until lunch, a Biltwell suggested route map and hit the ridge!
More about the Grateful Bread:
Father- and self-taught, Grateful Bread began between Barbara Gillespie and her dad, Lester, baking in their home oven for Oddfellas Cantina eighteen years ago. Quickly they grew and Lester fabricated a huge convection oven and converted the basement into a certified kitchen. Years later, Lester and his wife Martha built a home and within it Barbara’s bakery, right in the heart of Floyd.
Grateful Bread is known for their innovative and authentic artisan and sourdough breads, cinnamon rolls, scones, pretzels, wheat, party platters, hummus, pimento cheese, coffee drinks, fresh lemonade, gourmet grilled cheese & breakfast sandwiches, and knoshpockets (a pastry stuffed with spiced beef, potato, and more).
Barbara sells at local farmers markets, restaurants, and the “Blue Bus Bakery” on Route 8 next to Dogtown. The bakery has expanded to include Ashleigh Ward, chef extraordinaire, who provides custom party platters and party platters and prepared foods onsite at farmers markets. Yes, it’s been a long, strange, and wonderful trip!