The French Loaf

Grandview Heights

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In a Nutshell

Confectioners at French-inspired bakery churn out decadent cakes, 12 types of fresh-made bread & indulgent pastries

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Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Though breaking bread brings friends together, it tears bread apart. Savor disassembling loaves with today’s Groupon to The French Loaf. Choose between the following options:

  • For $5, you get $10 worth of assorted baked goods.
  • For $15, you get $30 toward specialty cakes.</p>

Established in 1977, The French Loaf caters to dessert hankerings with a sweet and starchy selection of decadent french pastries, holiday cakes, and fresh baked breads. Geologists can put their knowledge of layered formations to good use by peeling apart the soft strata of fresh cinnamon rolls dabbled with fragrant spirals of spice ($1.95+ each, $21.50+/dozen). Sweetsmiths concoct a sextet of specialty holiday cakes ($30+) and 11 varieties of everyday cakes ($30+), including velvety chocolate-mousse cake crowned with thick ganache. The bakers also pull a dozen types of fresh baked breads from the oven each day, from rustic italian loaves for sandwiches to sourdough baguettes for injury-free sword fights.

Prices are dependent on raw food costs and may be subject to change.

The French Loaf

For more than three decades, The French Loaf has served up fresh baked goods made with locally sourced ingredients. The crew of foodies works with local farms to harvest the fresh veggies that go into their house-made soups and quiches. Closer to home, they whip up fresh batches of cracked wheat bread and croissants to use as part of their simple, savory bistro sandwiches. And like any self-respecting French patisserie, pastry chefs craft mouthwatering pies, creme brûlée, and petit fours. To maintain their local ties, the bakery donates all its left-over baked goods to local shelters and community organizations at the end of the day.

Customer Reviews

I nice place and I will go back for their baked goods.
Tomeka · November 14, 2014
Best key lime pie
DeeAnn R. · January 18, 2013
I will certainly be coming back to your establishment in the future!
Lindsay C. · April 12, 2012

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