Prune Sourdough with Brie and Honey
The bakery is the heart of the Good Bread Company, and since moving to Area 15, we are busier than ever. New fresh and tasty breads and treats are being added to the menu all the time, and products from local farms are now available in the bakery’s marketplace. Sign up for our newsletter to receive weekly updates on daily breads, special bakes, and new specialty products arriving daily.
To pre-order your breads please email us at [email protected] 24 hours prior to pick-up. We offer curbside pick-up for advance orders.
Our retail hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday, 10am to 4pm. We also operate at Wincey Mills Market in Paris from Thursday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm.
GALLERY CAFÉ & GROCERY
The gallery café, opening soon, adjacent to the bakery showroom is a 25-seat café that functions also as a showcase for a variety of artists, both established and emerging.
The café menu features in-house baking in various guises – traditional items, as well as innovative recipes developed in our own kitchens.
In the retail shop, we offer a selection of local products. Featuring such as Local Honey, Jams & Preserves, Olive and Balsamic Oils to showcase the bounty and craftsmanship of healthy foods.
Nineteenth-century historical features preserved.
Two-level ornate stage with proscenium arch.
Suitable for intimate or larger gatherings.
Wonderful acoustics suitable for stage presentations.
(226) 550-0012 or email [email protected]
Reaching Higher Ground
Norfolk County’s newest meeting place, performance, and event space is also one of its most historic. Richard’s Hall is the former Vittoria Baptist Church sanctuary, repurposed to host concerts, meetings, exhibitions, film, weddings, and more. If you have your own ideas of how to use this beautiful space, we’d love to hear them.
The church was built in 1852 to house a congregation established in 1799. Before its cessation, it was the oldest Baptist church in Ontario or Quebec, and the oldest church of any denomination in Norfolk County.
Many of the church’s historical features have been preserved, including its original stained glass windows, beautiful staircase, pulpit, and many significant architectural features.
Prior to the church, the site was home to Vittoria’s courthouse, which was constructed while Vittoria was the judicial capital of the London District of Upper Canada (1815-1825).
Monday to Thursday: $30/hour plus HST
Two hour minimum
Friday to Sunday: $50/hour plus HST
Two hour minimum
Repeat packages available upon request.
Monday to Thursday: $200 plus HST per day
Friday to Sunday: $300 plus HST per day
Weddings: $1000 plus HST per day
Norfolk County is home to a vibrant and exciting fine art and fine craft community. Area 15 is proud to host monthly exhibitions by emerging local artists. The schedule is already booked into 2020, so if you are interested in exhibiting with us, get in touch soon. Wall space and shelf space is available.
Newsletter For: Nov 11 to 15
15 Lamport Street,Vittoria, ON
Also visit us at Wincey Mills Market in Paris, Open Thursday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm