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Getting ready for Sub Rosa

The Richmond Food Collective has a peek into the works at what will be the new Sub Rosa shop on 25th Street:

Sub Rosa bread has been around for years, available by subscription, and is soon to be served at its own bakery in Church Hill on the corner of Jefferson and 25th. The conscious decisions, direction and relationships come together to make Sub Rosa bread extraordinary.

So much of Evrim’s new bakery itself is crafted, which suits the quality of his bread. This gorgeous oven is made from bricks which was originally the chimney of his Church Hill building. The bricks were hand cleaned by Evrim, and the oven was built by a local craftsman. It is a beauty!

8 comments

Katblerg 08/06/2012 at 9:29 AM

Can’t wait!!!!

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Teresa 08/06/2012 at 9:33 AM

Evrim is such an amazing person! His bread must follow suit! Can’t wait! Just a two second walk from my home. I’m so excited!

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Houdon 08/06/2012 at 10:34 AM

I am ecstatic to see this come online. We really should be marketing Church Hill/Union Hill and the East End as the creative class neighborhood of choice…because it’s true.

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Dear Neighbor 08/06/2012 at 7:14 PM

Congrats to Evrim! This bakery is nothing less than a blessing to the east end. Quality and craftsmanship evident in every reportz

I agree with neighbor and eminent sculptor, Houdon. Look at all of the creative entrepreneurship occurring within a few blocks of 25th and M. Chef Lee and Kendra, Evrim, the Alamo guys, Tricycle gardens, even this site, whose model is copied all across the region. A special nod to Je for some early trailblazing, too. Let’s also give it up to the City for infrastructure investment, and Bon Secours for the grants they offer. I Cannot Wait To Walk To Get Bread.

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Nichole 08/07/2012 at 8:19 AM

Very exciting!!!! Thank you, Evrim!

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Erdogan Dogu 08/29/2012 at 7:43 AM

Great news,can’t wait…

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