Slowly Risen and Formed by Hand at Nashoba Brook Bakery

Standing on the small terrace behind his bakery-café in West Concord looking over the Nashoba Brook and woodlands beyond, Stuart Witt recalls that neighbors thought he and his partner, high school friend John Gates, were crazy to open their business, Nashoba Brook Bakery, in this location 17 years ago. Turning to look inside at the baker’s racks stacked with namesake loaves, cases displaying beautiful pastries, and clusters of people enjoying them all at the café’s tables, it appears the men knew exactly what they were doing.

“It’s a little hard to find, but this bakery (a 2010 Yankee Magazine Editors’ Choice for Best Multigrain Bread) is worth seeing out.”

- Aimee Seavey, Yankee Magazine...

‘Everyday, New Again,’ a photography exhibit from Harry Bartlett, is on display now at West Concord hotspot Nashoba Brook Bakery.

- Patrick Ball, Concord Patch...

“French pastries tempt calorie-counters at this inviting neighborhood spot, but it’s the killer sandwiches that pack in the crowds.”

- Citysearch.com – Editor’s Choice...

Elizabeth Warren was campaigning in Concord on Wednesday, speaking on how her supporters can take action in the last week of the campaign.

- Christopher Gambon, Lexington Patch...