CT Eats Out x KNOW GOOD Market: Atticus Bookstore Cafe
Atticus Bookstore Cafe, a New Haven mainstay since 1975, is making their way up to Hartford for their first Know Good Market. Atticus has been baking bread since the 1980’s, but in the past year they have reformed their recipe to include a wild yeast starter, in order to naturally leaven their breads, also known as the sourdough method. They’ve begun working with local farmers in hopes of creating a robust local grain economy, and have found varietals of wheat and rye from New England and New York that they mill fresh daily.
You can get their bread fresh from the ovens at 11:30am every morning at the cafe… and this week at the Know Good Market. They’ll be serving their square pie, assorted pastries, breads, and giant pretzels, all of which include Connecticut and New England grains and ingredients.
Who else will be there? The Cafe at Fifty-Five will be open across the street, serving coffee and crepes, Samba's Cuisine Food Truck will be offering Brazilian flavors, Mercado will have their Span-ish tapas, and CraftBird & Co. Food Truck serving fried chicken and farm fresh deliciousness. Heirloom Market at Comstock Ferre will have healthy juices and baked goods, The Butcher & Red will always be bringing the meat, Bear's BBQ will be serving... BBQ, La Mesa Food Truck will have pork sliders and empanadas, and Let's Start from Scratch is toting over her cookie dough and popsicles. And then of course, Hog River Brewing will be open and serving their Hartford made beer and The Liquorist will be shaking cocktails.
The Know Good Market is an open air street festival held from 5-8pm on the second Thursday of each month from April-November in the Parkville neighborhood of Hartford. It features local music, food and vendors and attracts a large crowd of locals and visitors alike. It is located at 30-50 Bartholomew Ave. Hartford, CT. There is a parking lot located across the street, bike parking and is just one block from the CT Fastrak Parkville stop.
This post is in partnership with the Know Good Market.