noisy for meetings, drinks are good, bread is good too. can get crowded early morning and lunch time
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We were headed to Sedona for a day of shopping, sightseeing and hiking and stopped at Wildflower Bread Company. It was our first experience with this chain, which I would, based on this store, compare to Panera for the breakfast fare. It certainly suited our needs. We picked it using the "Near Me Now" feature within TripAdvisor which quickly found... More
I typically go to Wildflower Bread Company for breakfast, but yesterday I met two friends for lunch there. I was happy to discover that breakfast is served until 2pm on Saturdays! Hooray! Just one more reason to love this place. My lemon ricotta pancakes were perfect, as usual, and I always enjoy the passion fruit iced tea.
Great place to get some reading or paperwork done, while trying out the range of food choices. Lots of variety. Frittata was excellent with options if you don't want toast alongside. Their "fries" are rosemary pan fried potato chunks. Flaky scones cut in the shape of a daisy! Dip them in their tasty hot coffee. Loved the outside seating.
Been going here for years and years and enjoying the best breakfast and baked goodies in the Valley. There is nothing on the menu not worth trying, and if you leave without indulging in a sweet treat, you'll regret it.
The turkey, cranberry and walnut stuffing sandwich was delicious and very large. Served with home made coleslaw, also very good. The soup and sandwich combo was also well received. Quick service, order at the cash register and thee meal is brought to your table when ready. Very busy at 11.45 when we arrived.
I decided to go here for breakfast. I had the cinnamon raisin French toast and it was so good. If you go here and like French toast that is a must in my book. The atmosphere in here is clean and nice. This is a really good find for me.
Really good quality food - and of course amazing bread, especially the sourdough. We had the 12-vegetable soup which we thoroughly enjoyed, with small salad. Will definitely go again - this was our first time.
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