Gulf Coast Sourdough bakes some of the best bread in the entire state of Florida. The owners announced that they would be moving the business from its home in the Graham Building to a new space next to the popular Revolution Ice Cream.
Guess the cat is out of the bag! We are moving to the Graham Building at 6703 N Florida Ave — we will be in the space right next to Revolution Ice Cream!” wrote the owners on Instagram. “This will be our final week at 5214 N Nebraska and our last day operating in the current space will be this Saturday 10/16. WE WILL BE CLOSED ON SUNDAY 10/17 TO MOVE.”
The new location will include indoor and outdoor seating. Mural artist “Tree Dog Roots” is currently working on adding something unique to Gulf Coast’s new home.
Christina Cann and Brett Wiewiora, the founders of Gulf Coast Sour Dough, combine “old-fashioned techniques with modern tastes and sensibilities to produce loaves with flavor, texture, and character.”
Gulf Coast Sourdough brings sweet bread to Tampa
The pair craft unique, at times surprising flavors for loaves that elevate America’s classic sandwiches.
They use natural sourdough starter and unbleached, unbromated flours to make their products. From traditional tangy sourdough to cutting-edge flavor combinations like turmeric and black pepper to classic sweets like cinnamon swirl, our recipes pair well with dishes across the spectrum.
If you have a sweet tooth, please treat yourself to one of Gulf Coast Sour Dough’s cinnamon rolls.
You really can’t go wrong with any of their Tampa style pressed sandwiches.
Their bread varieties include Asiago cheese, everything bagel, Sriracha garlic, turmeric and black pepper, seed and nut, rosemary garlic, roasted red pepper, olive and herb, beach baguette, chocolate babka, and simply sour dough (just to name a few).
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