Without bread, flour would be so abundant it'd coat the entire earth in a fine white powder, causing museum curators to accidentally collect hibernating bears that appeared petrified. Keep flour where it belongs with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of freshly baked breads, sweet treats, sandwiches, and drinks at Great Harvest Bread Co. on Poly Drive.
Great Harvest specializes in baking tasty delicacies and healthy, homemade breads that are crafted every day with freshly milled flour ($4.60–$6.25 per loaf) . The bread selection changes each day of the week according to a monthly schedule; previous offerings have included honey whole wheat, pumpkin chocolate chip, garlic cheddar, and cinnamon swirl. For carb connoisseurs who prefer breaded delights that are easily juggled, Great Harvest bakes scones, muffins, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and bars. Great Harvest's multigrain mavens also build hearty sandwiches, such as the mustang, a robust roast-beef sandwich with provolone, horseradish mayo, and sliced cucumber (whole $7, half $4.50); the cheesy Italian hog, a grilled cheddar-and-swiss-cheese sandwich dolled up with ham and garlic-and-herb spread (whole $6.50, half $4); or the Adam & Eve, a meat-free marriage of provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion, and sliced apple (whole $6.50, half $4). All sandwiches are served with your choice of carrot sticks or chips.
Great Harvest’s devotion to the art of bread making is audible in the early morning, when its on-site mill softly hums as it grinds grain into flour. All the freshly ground flour is used soon after it's milled, so loaves plump superbly in the oven. Great Harvest uses premium wheat bought from only local, family-owned farms, and owners Bryan and Susie have run their loaf-producing factory for the last two years. Each freshly baked bread bundle has been kneaded individually by hand and comes out of the oven with old-timey, fun-to-slice irregularity.
907 Poly Dr.
Billings, Montana 59102-1818Get Directions