Bakery was on our to do list before coming to Freeport due to great reviews。 Samples made it very easy to try some bread, oil or spreads。 Chocolate bread is my favorite, didn't sound like a great idea but I was wrong。 Very helpful gentleman helped us pick out a couple loafs to bring home。
Met them at market in Boston... Visited their home bakery and glad we did. Nice people, great bread. Keep baking! Delish.
We decided to stop by this bakery based on reviews we read on Trip Advisory. It's right along the way if you're headed towards the LL Bean flagship store and are coming from Portland ME. It was a great stop for us. We were able to sample at least a half dozen of the breads that they had baked that day. It is the best bread we have had. We purchased the sourdough, a chocolate bread and a bread that had garlic and sundered tomatoes. All were very delicious. They do have a slicer and sliced the loaves for us. Prices are very reasonable - $4-$6 for homemade artisan bread is a good deal considering Great Harvest is now charging nearly $7 for a loaf of bread. When Pigs Fly makes Great Harvest bread now seem just average to me...I also happened to buy a bag of the Falafel chips and guess what. Best chips I ever ate! I have not seen these chips anywhere (not at Whole Foods or at PCC, the co-op that we have near our house in WA). I need to source these out and find out where I can purchase these from (aside from heading back to ME!).Definitely stop in and check this bakery out.
This is the place to go for a great selection of freshly baked breads. They have a table where you can sample several different kinds of breads. Their chocolate bread is a great choice for someone that loves chocolate. It is like eating a decadent chocolate dessert! Other bread options include sourdough, rye, low carb whole wheat as well as many others. They also sell several different kinds of cookies and bread puddings as well as infused olive oils and preserves.
Amazing breads. We attended a tasting of their breads and cakes in Freeport and were hooked. Bought several and froze them when we returned home. They were great when we thawed and shared with family. They also have an online site and ship. This is a must see and try. They have several locations. Check they out. You will not be disappointed. LOVED IT !!!
We come from a large city with a wide selection of bakeries, but none that we've tried so far even comes close to When Pigs Fly! The breads are just plain delicious......interesting combinations of ingredients and a substantive texture that avoids being dry. We brought several freshly baked loaves home, and they did well in the freezer. I used the bread each morning for breakfast, and it was so yummy that I could skip my usual topping of butter. And the sourdough rolls were out of this world! I stuck them under the broiler with a bit of butter and garlic powder......perfect to accompany spaghetti! My husband already asked me to order more of these on their online store. I only wish that we lived closer to one of the Pigs Fly branches!
Pigs Fly bread comes in many "flavors" that include blueberry, cinnamon, and many other varieties. At the Freeport store, the bread is also Kosher
This place is great! There are free samples of all kinds of breads and cookies. I was not able to bring a loaf home with me since I was flying, but they have a web site where you can order their baked goods. I can't wait to order the cinnamon raisin loaf. The lemon blueberry cookie was deelish! The people in the bakery are friendly and helpful. Don't miss it.
This is one of our must visit places in Maine. They have a large variety of artisian bread, olive oil, jam, and spread. They also offer tasting on most of their bread, olive oil and jam in store. Yes, they do ship their bread and they are available to order online, but nothing compares to tasting and smelling there delicious bread in their stores.
This is one great bakery. Best bread!!! They let you sample just about every variety of loaf they have available and will even cut another loaf so you can have a taste test. Around $6 per loaf but worth every penny. Friendly staff, too. Kittery ME store is also fabulous and has a restaurant next door... good pizza!