Black Bear Bread In Grayton Beach

Dated: 02/28/2018

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“Black Bear Bread Co, your neighborhood bakery” 26 Logan Lane, Unit G


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This spot is truly my favorite spot in Grayton Beach. I love the atmosphere, charm and BREAD!

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I will have to admit my weakness is bread, it’s a family thing...so I knew I was in trouble the first time I went into Black Bear Bakery. They happen to have all my weaknesses...cookies, pastries, coffee and...BREAD!


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Some of my favorites...everything bagel (you need to go early to get these), avocado toast, blueberry scones, ginger maple cookies and you can’t forget the chocolate croissant.

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Great place to meet a friend, grab something quick to go or take a loaf of bread as your contribution to dinner with friends. You never know what you might find, but you will not be disappointed.

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Who knows, you might run into yours truly and if so please say hello. 

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Kathy Price

Born and raised in Alabama, Kathy's family chose this area of Florida to vacation more often than not. So, at an early age, she developed a love for this spot of "Heaven on earth". When her boys grew ....

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