Baking up deliciousness at Pacific Sourdough Specialty Bakery

Posted by Maya Schorer in: Blog Food and Fun Waldport

Local Secret – Pacific Sourdough Handcrafted Specialty Breads

Bakery open Saturdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 10 to 3 in Waldport

Head to Waldport on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday morning and you may run across a line of people waiting along the roadside in front of what looks to be a non-descript commercial building. What would entice these locals and savvy travelers to do such a thing? A secret marvel known as Pacific Sourdough Specialty Bakery.

The storefront is small but filled with a huge variety of baked goods from specialty breads to sweet and savory pastries, and cakes. The counter looks like a smorgasbord of tasty goodness. Go ahead, indulge, you won’t regret it.

Pacific Sourdough is a small artisan bakery located next to Alsea Bay on the Oregon Coast.  We create natural leavened sourdough breads, delicious pastries and specialty desserts, all made from scratch.  All of the breads and pastries are handmade in small batches.  They contain no preservatives, artificial ingredients or hydrogenated oils.  We use sustainable northwest grown wheat flours, organic nuts, spices, and seeds, locally made butter and the best fruits of the season.

Our bakery is located off-the-beaten-path in Old Town Waldport, near the Port of Alsea.  We are a secret hideaway that locals cherish and visitors delight in finding.  Our bread and pastries are all handmade and take time and care to create, the bread takes 36 hours to make!  Because of that we are only open on Thursdays, Fridays,  and Saturdays from 10 to 3.  Not standard bakery hours to be certain but we are certainly not your standard bakery!  Take the time to find us, you will be very happy you did!”

Directions: Head south to Waldport. Go 1/2 mile east (inland) on Highway 34, turn left on Broadway, right on Pine and left on Mill, we are in the middle of the gray building next to Alsea Bay Granite.

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