Tuesday, May 21, 2013

New Café in Holladay: Where Sticky Meets Savory

Ribbon cutting ceremony
We have a new neighbor just down the road from Jakob Marketing Partners. Great Harvest Bread Company Café officially opened their doors for business on Saturday, May 18.  The new location is next to Great Harvest Bread Company bakery on 4655 South 2300 East in Holladay. We sent our social media intern Tiffany Justice to taste test the baked goods.
"One of their newest creations they've rolled out is their sticky buns. The baking process is creative and the end product is delicious.  These sticky buns are made with Great Harvest's cinnamon burst bread dough. After the buns come out of the oven they're doused with their strawberry butter and then dipped in pecans," explains Tiffany Justice, Jakob Marketing Partners Social Media Intern.
Bakers produced 800 cookies for the grand opening
Great Harvest Bread Company Cafe Co-owners Peggy McVea and Steve Washburn are siblings. They came together to hand out free cookies and drinks to those who bought sandwiches. In addition they gave 10 percent of Saturday's net profit to the Road Home to help the homeless. "We want to give back to the community and help those in need in our own neighborhood," said Washburn.

Sweet definitely meets savory at Great Harvest Bread Company Café with their wide selection of sandwiches. Customers can choose between two menus of their premium and classics sandwiches. One of their most popular sandwiches is their classic turkey. A simple pleasure - it’s made with turkey, provolone cheese, tomatoes, mayo and lettuce pictured on the right below.
On the left: Ham, tomato, lettuce and grainy mustard sandwich
There's no shortage of treats at Great Harvest Bread Company Cafe. The cookie and bread samples are huge. On Saturday, kids also received free face painting and balloon animals. It was surely a trip to remember!   

Visit Great Harvest Bread Co. Café in Holladay!

Jakob Marketing Partners is a full-service marketing agency.  Utah Business Magazine has ranked Jakob as a top advertising agency in the state of Utah according to income.