Honey & Rye Bakehouse: The Tour

Honey & Rye Bakehouse: The Tour

With Honey and Rye, co-owners Anne Andrus and Emily Ackerman have created something that’s at once chic and cozy, a Midwestern rustic kitchen where the front of house employees wear clogs and flowered aprons, but the baguettes and croissants are up to snuff with any you’d find in Paris. Bread is still the central focus of Honey & Rye, but the menu also meets the sweeter and heartier tastes of their regular customers, including items like simple baguette sandwiches layered with ham and cheese and from-scratch chicken noodle soup with gorgeously golden, subtly seasoned broth and thick, homemade egg noodles. And of course, there are the pumpkin scones, the decadent chocolate coconut cream pie, and the delicate, buttery, shell-shaped Madeleines. PHOTOS BY ALMA GUZMAN

Don't forget to check out our review of Honey & Rye Bakehouse here...

Honey & Rye Bakehouse
4501 Excelsior Blvd, St. Louis Park
612-844-2555; honey-and-rye.com


With Honey and Rye, co-owners Anne Andrus and Emily Ackerman have created something that’s at once chic and cozy, a Midwestern rustic kitchen where the front of house employees wear clogs and flowered aprons, but the baguettes and croissants are up to snuff with any you’d find in Paris. Bread is still the central focus of Honey & Rye, but the menu also meets the sweeter and heartier tastes of their regular customers, including items like simple baguette sandwiches layered with ham and cheese and from-scratch chicken noodle soup with gorgeously golden, subtly seasoned broth and thick, homemade egg noodles. And of course, there are the pumpkin scones, the decadent chocolate coconut cream pie, and the delicate, buttery, shell-shaped Madeleines. PHOTOS BY ALMA GUZMAN

Don't forget to check out our review of Honey & Rye Bakehouse here...

Honey & Rye Bakehouse
4501 Excelsior Blvd, St. Louis Park
612-844-2555; honey-and-rye.com
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