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“Farm to Table at Its Best”
Review of Wheatberry Bakery Cafe - CLOSED

Wheatberry Bakery Cafe
Description: Bakery And Cafe. Great baked goods, sandwiches, coffee and desserts and atmoshpere. Soon to be added outdoor seating will enhance the experience. Across from the Emily Dickinson Museum and downtown.
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Description: Bakery And Cafe. Great baked goods, sandwiches, coffee and desserts and atmoshpere. Soon to be added outdoor seating will enhance the experience. Across from the Emily Dickinson Museum and downtown.
Reviewed September 30, 2013

Everything, truly everything, is farm fresh, local, and delicious. An extraordinary experience in farm to table to you.

Thank Robbie_Vorhaus
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Reviewed September 5, 2013

$7.20, really!! Even if it was the best smoothie I've ever had, which it was not, it still would be expensive!! It had about 5 "organic" blueberries and according to the sweet counter girl that was why the price was so high - because "well, the blueberries are organic." It didn't taste very good even if they were organic.

The cafe is quaint but not very clean. Uncovered, unappetizing baked goods were sitting out with their high and mighty price tags.

I will not be returning, not sure how they have stayed open this long. :(

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3  Thank S G
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Reviewed January 20, 2013

This is some kind of new age hippie fantasy of local and organic. The price for two bowls of soup was almost $18.00. Why it took ten to fifiteen minutes to put soup in the bowls while the place was nearly empty beats me. They said they had to toast the bread. The bread when finally delivered was toasted, but so severly that it was pretty much inedible. The soup was only okay, and the best part was they gave us a refund for the bowl that had a hair in it, no questions asked.
I will go out of my way to let people to skip this eatery.

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3  Thank valleygirl261
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Reviewed November 4, 2012

Really top notch bread, croissants almost as good as in Paris, coffee and tea served by folks who care about local culture, local foods and farms. You can have lunch here too.

Thank MargotC1954
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Reviewed October 7, 2012

This tiny restaurant represents all the best in healthy eating and sustaining the best in natural, organic foods. The owners have relationships with farmers in the area to provide the highest quality in products.

Thank NorfolkJL
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