Every day for nearly 100 years, Orwasher’s has been baking bread in their own bakery on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Along the way, they became addicted to sourcing local ingredients whenever possible and collaborating with local artisans. They do everything by hand, in the old style, which takes time, patience, and a nearly obsessive attention to detail. Orwasher’s believes in long fermentation times to extract complex, delicious flavors and relies on people, not machines. They follow traditional rules of bread-making, which means shaping, cutting and baking all by hand.
You'll find Orwasher’s bread on restaurant and dinner tables around New York City, and at farmer's markets in the region, nearly every week of the year. Orwasher’s is a trusted part of the families who enjoy their breads every day.