When you need a sourdough loaf or a BLT on ciabatta bread in Park Slope, head to Winner Cafe & Bakery. Best known for their fresh bread, Winner’s daily bake schedule begins at 8am with dark rye and runs until 2pm when the sourdough baguettes make their way out of the oven. This is important information because they tend to sell out of most of the day’s bread by 3pm. But if you’re just looking for iced coffee, sandwiches, cookies, or some monkey bread, you can stop by their takeout window just off 7th Avenue and order whatever you see available on their chalkboard till 7pm every day.
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