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USA Today loves Sub Rosa!

In their article “The south’s standout bread makers” USA Today features Sub Rosa. Check out the link here!

Some higlights:

In Richmond, Va., Sub Rosa Bakery is a wood-fired bakery started by siblings Evrim and Evin Dogu. Evrim (pictured) is the bread baker and Evin takes care of the pastries and is the general manager. They work directly with farmers to grow heirloom varieties of wheat, rye and corn, which are then stone-milled in-house and incorporated into their breads and pastries.

The Sub Rosa Classic is a wheat bread made with 100% sifted, stone ground wheat. Other popular breads at Sub Rosa include polenta, sesame rye and whole rye.

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Rachel Woolwine Davis
Rachel Woolwine Davis
2 years ago

Duh. Heaven with a good crunch.

Stephanie Mitchell
Stephanie Mitchell
2 years ago

The best!!

Miran Vucic
Miran Vucic
2 years ago

That’s my kind of bakery: conceived in the East loved in the West.

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