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“Millennial bread lines Lenin would be proud of”
Review of Eddie's Breads

Eddie's Breads
Ranked #5 of 5 Restaurants in Adamstown
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Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

If you ever wondered if Millennials could inherit America and make it great again, visit Eddie's Breads at Stoudt's. There you'll see the wild beasts in their natural habitat, eight of them in the kitchen, pounding away on their iPhones, surrounded by hipster items like Sriracha, Curry Katsup and buzzwords like artesian and GMO-free. What you won't see is any one of them capable of running a cash register, making change or preparing an omelet or even a cold cut sandwich in less than 25 minutes.

Yes, that's how long it took to make two simple sandwiches and neither one came to us with anything resembling what we ordered. After we took it back to another clueless clone to get the hipster-titled cheese that was absent our delivery, they coldly declared they ran out of it, then sprinkled grated Swiss, yes grated, on top of the club.

What's worse? Their bread is terrible and is so is the cheese so poorly displayed in nearly bare cabinets that would make a Bolshevik blush.

If you want to see why this generation sucks out loud visit Eddie's and prepare for comedy -- if you want or need fed, eat elsewhere, you're gonna thank me either way. Stay hungry, comrades.

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Reviewed 11 July 2016

Recently I stumbled across Eddie’s while checking out the Farmers Co-Op & Antiques Mall located in Stoudt’s Wonderful Good Market building. They offer a nice looking selection of breads baked there on-site. Love the aroma of fresh bread right out of the oven.

Thank MitchPhyllis65
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Reviewed 10 May 2016

Friendly staff willing to take the time to describe each of their many tasty breads. At the time of our visit they had 7 types of freshly baked breads available. I enjoyed the Rise and Shine loaf which contains dried fruits baked into the bread.

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Reviewed 23 November 2014

Bread is made on the premise and it is typically $5 or $6 a loaf. It has no preservatives so if you are not going to finish it in a day you better freeze it. I was unlucky to get a loaf with a big air pocket in it.

Thank BerksPADad
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