Portland >Grand Central Baking Co
Great staff and good food.. I regularly walk to this bakery for a loaf of bread or two, and some pastries to take home to my family. Everything I've had there has been good, and I'm especially fond of the sourdough olive bread. Best toast ever! The staff is as friendly as is humanly possible. So glad to have them nearby.
Rude and Unnecessary.
I received a phone call while waiting in line at the Multnomah Village bakery this morning and was rudely passed over for service when my time came. When my turn should have come, I was ready to pay attention to what needed to be done to facilitate the transaction, but was chided, like a school child, and refused service until I hung up. This was not only rude and unnecessary, it was embarrassing and negative. I think I'll just take my business elsewhere thanks.
good food - BAD PARKING!. So the food here is great...if you can find parking and actually get into the place that is. All I wanted was the turkey/chutney sandwich and a place to read for an hour... instead I drove around for 30 minutes looking for parking, ended up google texting to get the number and then calling in my to go order, sitting in my car 8 blocks away reading for 10 minutes, then parking illegally to pick up my sandwich, which I then had to eat at my desk at the office. Stupid. I won't be doing that again anytime soon.
Three cheery cafes bake their way into Portlander's hearts..
If it's not the fresh-baked rustic breads, sinful sweets it's the satisfying sandwiches that draw savvy diners to all three Grand Central's bakery cafes. When you want food fast without the grease, call ahead and order a sack lunch: a sandwich (try the Black Forest ham and baby Swiss) with gourmet potato chips and a giant cookie. It's a carbohydrate-lover's dream.
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