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Rise and shine, Mesa breakfast lovers; you’ll soon have a new place for your first meal of the day.
Breadsmith at Power and McDowell roads in Mesa is shown in this screen shot from the company's website, Breadsmith.com.
Breadsmith, northeast Mesa’s go-to spot for fresh-baked breads, scones and coffee cakes, has closed abruptly.
Breadsmith bakery in Northeast Mesa is shown in this screen shot from the company's website, Breadsmith.com.
A new Chipotle Mexican Grill, set to open May 23, brings the promise of strong business and delicious burritos to the Village at Las Sendas shopping center.
Greg Farr is proof it’s never too late to change careers. “The biggest decisions you make in life are leaps of faith,” says Farr, 55, sitting in an office filled with the aroma of freshly baked bread.
As part of his three-month training with Breadsmith, Greg Farr had to learn every job in the company, including baking. “It was daunting at first shaping the loaves. The experienced bakers make it look so effortless,” he says.
Whole grains inspire horror in some people. Images of grandma stirring a bubbling pot of tasteless goop on the stove for two hours or hippies munching on granola in fields of flowers come to mind. Well, forget your trauma. Whole grains taste a lot better today than they did during the natural foods movement of the 1970s.
For nearly a week, the whiff of fresh bread — sometimes spiked with a spicy hint of garlic, Parmesan or warm cinnamon — has been wafting through the air whenever somebody opens the door at Breadsmith.