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“Great Vegetarian sandwiches for Lunch”

Wildflower Bread Company
Ranked #23 of 350 Restaurants in Flagstaff
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $12
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Award-winning food you knead®. Handcrafted artisan bread, specialty bakery, soup, sandwiches, salad, pancakes and pasta. Friendly service. Free Wi-Fi. Catering available. Breakfast weekdays until 10:30am; weekends until 2pm. Pasta daily from 3pm.
Reviewed May 28, 2012

Stopped by to get sandwiches to go for the long ride to Vegas. They have a decent selection of very appetizing vegetarian sandwiches and salads. We Ordered 3 different types and all of them were good. Plus when we told them we need to have it packed so we can have it after 2-3 years, they really did take the xtra effort to ensure it was well packed and had the dressings for the salad packed differently.

Sandwiches and salads were both good and definitely would recommend this to anyone in the area.

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Reviewed April 5, 2012

They always have good food and service at Wildflower, and the Flagstaff location did not let us down. Fairly new location, but the salads and sandwiches were very good. Staff was friendly and helpful. Glad to have found then and I will be back on the next trip tp flagstaff. (try the cranberry scones...sooooo good)

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Thank Harry R
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Reviewed April 2, 2012

This chain is popular for its breads, sandwiches, soups and desserts that mimic the style of Panera Bread and Paradise Bakery Cafe (which Panera owns). They have a location in Sedona, as well, near the Hyatt timeshare property at the Y.

I got food poisoning, though, after eating the Vegetarian Corn & Green Chile soup in a bread bowl. When I notified the owner, he was less than receptive and didn't believe it was caused by anything they did at the restaurant. His tone so offended me that I refuse to go back. There are other - better - places to eat in town, including Pita Jungle, just a short walk a few doors down next to New Frontiers health food market.

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Reviewed February 22, 2012

At last; real bread, fresh juice and pleasant atmosphere. Having travelled from Texas, we were hanging out for real food, not that brown and yellow stuff and not bread that is laced with sugar; yuck! The sourdough tasted like sourdough, although softer texture than European or Australian bread. Well done Wildflower.

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Thank aquila1317
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Reviewed February 4, 2012

This concept is Arizona only and they are a cross between a Starbucks and a Panera but newer. Its good to have a bread maker so you could appreciate that. The frittata was mediocre and the coffee sucked like Panera. Can you believe that thousands of mom and pop cafes around the globe can have great coffee but bring a corporation into the picture and they can only do low grade coffee that tastes brackish in part because it is kept in stainless steel instead of glass. The seating is very cold too. For christs sake, why not use nice wooden tables with a homey feel. This place does a lot of student business so that
explains some of the ambiance. I'll go to this chain for the bread very occasionally.

Thank jerry i
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