A Loaf with Life: Cafe 501 introduces a new artisan bread

Nearly two years in the making, Cafe 501 introduces a new artisan bread to the market.
by Dave Cathey Published: April 5, 2012

This artisan bread has a soft center with nice crusty edge, making it a prime sopping bread for serial soppers like me. Toasted lightly and streaked with butter, this bread doesn't need a lot of help but that hasn't stopped new chef Roy Erwin from implementing into the considerable sandwich arsenal at Cafe 501, including a new meatball. It's also ideal for bruschetta

Holloway said the rustic loaf is also available at Boulevard Steakhouse.

“It's bread made the way it's been made and passed down for generations,” Sheree said.

This bread is just further proof of the ongoing evolution of the food scene and its offerings in and around Oklahoma City metro these days. Don't try the rustic loaf unless you're prepared to make a long-term commitment because you'll have a difficult time eating only one.

For more information, call 359-1501.

by Dave Cathey
Food Editor
The Oklahoman's food editor, Dave Cathey, keeps his eye on culinary arts and serves up news and reviews from Oklahoma’s booming food scene.
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