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Fresh and yummy. But the cashier acted bored and laughed when I tried to hand her my punch card. Found out that the Fairbanks and Anchorage stores don't share points. It's smaller than the Anchorage store but has the same menu and bread options.
We stopped here especially to try their Cinnamon Chip bread after having seen it being made online. They've got lots of good stuff. The loaf of Cinnamon Chip bread is as big as your head. They give out samples to try before you buy. Their...More
OMG!!!! The place smells heavenly. When you walk in the door the first thing you see is a case with at least six different types of bread to sample - complete with butter to slather on it. The cinnamon chip bread was our favorite but...More
We stopped in here on our trip for a quick bite to eat for lunch. We ordered 6 sandwiches to go, and they were all made quickly and we were on our way.
I ordered the Cheddar & Swiss, and the girl working the counter...More
We purchased a loaf of their Dakota bread and it was absolutely delicious. The person who helped us was especially nice and answered our questions. It was a little pricey at just under $10 for a loaf, but everything in Fairbanks seems to be more...More
So it's pretty much like every other Great Harvest. But that means it's excellent! They make the most wonderful breads and salads. I love their packaging that makes it great for gift giving. This Alaska location also offers North Pole Coffee which pairs nicely with...More