Ironside Bakery is the perfect spot that we can never manage to think of when we’re trying to decide where to go for lunch. It’s right next to its consistently great sibling Ironside Pizza, but the food at the bakery is good enough to justify skipping the pizzas next door. The bread here is excellent, and they put it to delicious use in a small menu of toasts and sandwiches, like the smoked salmon on perfect, salty focaccia. The croissants and danishes underneath the display case should also be coming home with you.
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Ironside Kitchen Pizza & Coffee Co
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B & M Market And Roti Shop
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