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Turtle Bread Linden Hill

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3421 W 44th St
Minneapolis, MN 55410
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(612) 924-6013
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Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN
Turtle Bread Linden Hill - Minneapolis, MN

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Best

Kidding, the bread doesn't really have turtles in it. A little known fact is that during the beginning of...

Worst

I do not understand the populartity of turtle bread. the few times I have gone there, the items I bought (highly overpriced) were dry and flavorless. The cup of coffee (agian, o...

Turtle Bread -- why 2/3/2009

I do not understand the populartity of turtle bread. the few times I have gone there, the items I bought (highly overpriced) were dry and flavorless. The cup of coffee (agian, overpriced) was so awful I threw it out. more

Horrible first time experience 11/5/2007

The food was great but the customer service was horrible. It was my first time there and none of the staff was willing to help me understand what my options were. I wanted to get a sandwich made from scratch and they told me they were too busy but then a man walked up two minutes later and they had no problem catering to his request. It was just a mess and although I enjoyed the soup I ended up getting I was very, very disappointed by the service. I will not be going back. more

Turtle Bread Co benefits from it's chilled out atmosphere and serene, city location 6/11/2006

Turtle Bread Co could serve crappy food and still earn a star or two. That's because the location is tucked in and the atmosphere is relaxing. The fare is high-end breads and cheeses, fresh-squeezed orange juice, etc. Think French Meadow/yuppie coop, and you're close. more

Turtle Bread Co 8/31/2005

Bread from Turtle Bread Company is something I buy whenever I get a chance, it’s just sooo good. The main problem is to choose which variety to take home that day… so many to choose from. Their soups and sandwiches are also great, and they have one of the largest selections of soups every day, including vegetarian and vegan. When it’s not crowded, Turtle Bread is cozy and comforting place to be, great for reading or hanging out with family. more

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Sensational Artisan Bread and Cafe 8/16/2005

The original Turtle Bread Company sits in the quiet upscale West Lake neighborhood of Linden Hills but has continued to expand its locations to South Chicago Ave in Bryant Neigborhood and downtown Minneapolis in the skyway. Beginning with the essentials, Turtle Bread makes magnificent artisan breads, pasteries, and deserts. Spawned from the legendary French trained bakery chef Pam Sherman, who in the 1970s re-introduced quality loaves and pasteries to the city of flour mills that had turned its back on hand-made artisan bakery infavor of mass-produced shipping. Harvey McLain, a former corporate exec turned artisan shopkeeper, took up the mantel after purchasing the Bread Company and spinning it in new directions opening Levain and Pizza Biga. Bread, morning pasteries, and awesome soups remain the cornerstone of the Turtle Bread experience. But that is just a start with the new directions Turtle Bread is headed in. McLain, slowly but surely, has been introducing artisan foods overseen by cheesemongers, bakers, and chefs specializing in local quality food preparation rather than mass consumption production. Thus, while baked goods are its cornerstone, Turtle Bread is much more than a bakery and a place you can eat a meal and find a variety of gastronomic delights for cooking and eating. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Go for the bread--the chocolate bread and the rosemary-olive levain are especially delightful--and stay for the organic pastas, posh pâtés and other goodies. The store...

  • 6/28/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily, 6:30am - 8pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Linden Hills, Southwest

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