Great Harvest Cafe: Sandwich, Cookie, Wifi, Bookstore?

No doubt, you have likely eaten bread from Great Harvest at some point in your life; maybe on a regular basis. If not a loaf of bread, you have stopped in for a free slice. The quality and freshness is second to none. Now you can have that same incredible level of freshness and quality in a sandwich. Great Harvest Café is now open in Holladay at the location of the old Baskin Robbins, and a short lived pizza joint. Their menu isn’t large but a few Premium and Classic sandwiches on Great Harvest Bread, in a relaxed Café setting, is all you need. 

Turkey Cobb Sandwich

Turkey Cobb Sandwich

For $7.20, you can get a Full size Premium sandwich, ($5.20 for a half). Your choice of Holladay Club, Turkey Cobb, Pepper Bleu Roast Beef, Chicken Cranberry Pecan Salad Sandwich, or the Workman.

I went with the Turkey Cobb: Turkey with Avocado, Bacon, Bleu Cheese Spread, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, and Green Leaf Lettuce on their Honey Whole Wheat Bread. Wow, it was wonderful! All of those flavors together created what might be deemed a masterpiece. Everything was fresh and delicious.

The food is only part of the equation here at Great Harvest Cafe. The atmosphere completes the experience. It is a relaxed setting with wifi and even a side room with couches, so you can work, or at least pretend to. That side room then opens into a bookstore. What a great way to spend the afternoon.

You may go to a place because you need the wifi but the food is pretty bad. Great Harvest Bread has that hideout feel without compromising taste & quality. So grateful for this little oasis. 

Great Harvest Cafe
4667 South 2300 East
Holladay, Utah, 84117

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One thought on “Great Harvest Cafe: Sandwich, Cookie, Wifi, Bookstore?

  1. Jeff, I’ve eaten at a great Harvest in Wilmington, NC and you’re right – it was fantastic! I love that when they give you bread samples, it’s a slab of bread and not a crumbly little morsels like other places.

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