For these feeling the seasonal pull in the direction of carbs, Greenmont is an efficient place to replenish on artisan baked items. In days passed by, the primary flooring of a historic house at 89 Kingwood St. was renovated to accommodate a neighborhood bakery.
Each day Kneads operated within the area till 2007, and the optimistically named New Day Bakery opened quickly after. New Day Bakery closed in 2015, however some former workers refused to let the fireplace exit. Inside months, the newly renamed Phoenix Bakery was open and making dough once more. This month, it would rejoice eight years in enterprise.
The bakery appears to be like similar to its earlier iterations. The store space is superimposed over the previous entrance sitting room of the house. Unique particulars like gleaming wooden trim, built-ins, and a tiled hearth coexist with a pastry show case, a beverage station and a bit lending library.
By a doorway is a workroom the place the baking magic occurs. The brick oven produces many nice pastries and bread merchandise.
The bread menu is constructed round fundamentals like baguettes, ciabatta and multigrain. To spherical it out, there’s a rotating solid of specials, equivalent to Cheddar Jalapeno Stuffed Ciabatta on Wednesdays and Olive Rosemary on Saturdays.
Within the evenings, Phoenix’s brick oven is put to good use, making pizza to feed the hungry plenty. They are often made to order from a listing of primary and deluxe toppings. There are additionally some engaging home specials just like the Diablo (purple sauce, sausage, jalapeno, chipotle, and mozzarella) and Flammkuchen (white sauce, bacon, caramelized onion, mozzarella, and gruyere cheese).
Phoenix Bakery is open from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. Its Fb web page (fb.com/phoenixbakerywv) regularly consists of menu updates and specials.
The bakery has regenerated a number of occasions through the years, beginning contemporary with new names and up to date menus. Like its predecessors, Phoenix Bakery rose to fulfill Morgantown’s name for contemporary, healthful bread merchandise.
EVA MURPHY is a contract enterprise author for The Dominion Submit. She writes a column on companies, church buildings and different entities within the metropolis.