Coffee and baked goods have always gone together, like rock and roll, yin and yang, and bald eagle hatchlings and William Howard Taft's toupee. Introduce your mouth to a dazzling duet with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of baked treats and more at Bread Head Bakery & Coffee Shop, located in Dover. Bread Head is closed on Mondays.
Fresh from its move in March 2009, Bread Head Bakery & Coffee Shop's spacious new dining floor sets the stage for an expanded menu of artisanal breads, infamous muffins in flavors such as honey fig, pumpkin spice, and butterscotch, and a variety of other treats culled from the freshest all-natural ingredients that the bakery can get its powdered mitts on. Each breakfast platter, such as the Magic Mushroom's egg-topped panini-style bread ($3.49) and the Olympic Fuel's fortifying feta, ham, and olives ($5.99), arrives with your choice of drink, including coffee, which is ground fresh before each brewing.
A savory sandwich selection stays astonishingly in tune with tongue thermometers––the Shiznit refrigerates overheated mouths with helpings of guacamole and sprouts ($5.99), and the Sgt. Pepper sandwich commemorates Pat Boone's groundbreaking salsa concept album with a zesty combo of spicy pepperoni and red and green peppers ($5.99). Alternately, pick up a fresh-baked loaf of bread and prepare your own sandwiches at home, knowing you're eating carbs prepared by a passionate baker with more than 20 years of industry experience.
Though Bread Head Bakery hasn't been reviewed much, the bakery boasts more than 1,300 Facebook fans.
Bread Head Bakery & Coffee Shop
The bakers at Bread Head Bakery & Coffee Shop have an obsession with freshness, imbuing their baked-daily breads with ingredients such as whole-wheat flour, oats, eggs, raw sugar, and cocoa powder. Using slices from these fluffy loaves, they craft delicious dishes all day, such as the Meat Head sammie—a blend of pepperoni, cheddar, honey ham, and house-made stone-ground garlic mustard served with a fresh-baked muffin. They also specialize in breakfast fare (which they cheekily name “wake-and-bakes”) such as breakfast quesadillas, as well as premium coffee, which they grind fresh before brewing each batch.
113 W 3rd St.
Dover, Ohio 44622Get Directions