Hi - I am sitting WBC at 17 again - this time trying the ricotta pancakes and the free wifi! Kudos on both! Tell them not to nuke the blueberies so much though - I nearly burned my mouth. Service was very friendly and they remembered to upsell me at the register :)
I finally got to one of your stores - and have even been back a second time! I visited the one at 17 and 101 both times. What a great experience - and I was so happy to see the place was hopping both times. The menu items I tried were great - presentation and taste were terrific - service was friendly, display was good. Even the restroom was nice :) I like the flowerpot bread idea and even brought home a loaf. I will surely be back, but wish you were closer. There is a Paradise at Happy Valley and 17 which is very convenient to me, but I have never had a good experience there.
Welcome to FohBoh! I want to personally invite you to join our discussions in regards to cheeses at the Cheese Group on FohBoh. Every week we introduce a new cheese and invite you to find it in your area, buy it, try it then dicuss it with us. Again welcome and take a look at all the groups on FohBoh.
Hi - Welcome to FohBoh! I recently moved to AZ and have not come across one of your stores yet. I have been searching for the "perfect" crusty loaf since I got here! I live just north of Happy Valley and 17, where is the closest unit?
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