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$8 for $16 Worth of Baked Goods
Each day, goodies from the bakery's monthly menu emerge from the oven in the form of giant chocolate-chip cookies ($1.25), cinnamon-chip & berry scones ($1.95), and up to 10 varieties of bread, including honey whole wheat ($4.95) and cheddar-garlic ($6.95 each, only on Fridays).
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Owners Tina and Kevin Yancey didn't start their marriage with the idea of running a bakery. Kevin, a business owner, and Tina, a corporate employee, were simply fans of their local Great Harvest franchise and the freshly baked breads the staffers forged from scratch each day. With the couple's natural love for cooking and entertaining, they quickly realized the fulfillment they would gain from opening their own Great Harvest bakery. In 2007, they found that fulfillment by unveiling their very first location in Las Vegas.
Though far from the glitter of the Strip, the Yanceys' Birmingham location still bakes pillowy breads with the same techniques as the original Great Harvest that impressed them years ago. Everything from sweet scones and cookies to 10 types of flavorful bread are made completely from scratch with whole-grain flour the company mills itself and baked in an oven fueled by the company's fire-breathing staff members. The menu transforms from month to month, giving new and veteran customers alike new treats to taste throughout the year.