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George Artisan Bakery and Restaurant in Pensacola

We got so spoiled, all the years we lived abroad, by really good bread. When George opened, we couldn’t wait to go try their bread offerings. We weren’t disappointed.


First, their baguettes have that firm, crispy outside, and soft, tasty inside that we look for. Their challah is like eating a sweet cloud, and their combination pumpernickel/rye is perfect for sandwiches. Welcome, George! We are so glad you are here!

George is on Garden Street, near E.

George exterior

George has the buzz – George is hot, and fills up fast at lunch. People know a good place when they find it:


George has a wonderful selection of freshly baked breads with only healthy ingredients:


My divine Salade Nicoise – crunchy green beans, tasty olives and perfectly grilled tuna.


AdventureMan’s Divine Beet Salad – fabulously tasty.


George has a generous offering of pastries daily:


And wonderful tiramisu . . . we almost licked the plate!


March 2, 2015 - Posted by | Eating Out, Food, Pensacola, Restaurant | , ,

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