National Love For Danville Bakery

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(photo courtesy of Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery) (photo courtesy of Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery)
DANVILLE -

A bakery in Hendricks County has received national attention. Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery was recently featured in People magazine and "The TODAY Show," both of which spotlighted the bakery's breakfast selections.

People named Bread Basket's Cinnamon Roll French Toast as the best breakfast item in Indiana, based on review from Yelp. The publication's food and lifestyle director then appeared on the NBC morning show to talk about the list, highlighting Bread Basket during the segment.

"Even though the magazine and TV show both provide national exposure, the greatest part is that Hoosiers who might not have heard of us or who just haven't made it in tend to find their way to our door," said Jinayla Bollman, co-owner of Bread Basket. "It's an honor to bring some attention to this community we're so proud to be part of. We were humbled by the recognition and truly feel blessed."

In addition to the article in the October 8 issue of People magazine, you can view the listing on the publication's website

The Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery opened in Danville in 2009 and moved to its current location in 2011. 

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