We have repaired our oven. Bread is limited and we will continue our limited sandwich menu for 7/22. We will be at the St. Helena Farmers Market with lots of pastry and very small bread selection. Our fridge is still stocked with salads and spreads. Coffee and pastry is also available. Please stop by and support us!
Bacon, Lettuce, Avocado, Tomato, Mayo on Sour
Heirloom Tomato, Avocado, Arugula, Herb Mayo (add turkey, or make it vegan!)
Thai Peanut Salad- Quinoa, Baby Kale, Red Cabbage, Carrot, Cucumber,
Green Onion, Cilantro, Fresno Chiles, and Peanut Dressing
Greens & Feta Salad - Romaine, Baby Kale, Radish, Sheep Milk Feta, Pumpkin Seeds,
Pickled Red Onion, with a Creamy Avocado Dressing.
Organic, Naturally Leavened Sourdough Bread
High Hydration Dough
We've partnered with the best of Napa and the Bay Area to bring the best flavor to our products.
Keith Giusto Bakery Supply
Naysayer Coffee Roasters
Marshall Farms Honey
Silk Road Teas
Whether you are a private chef, winery, restaurant or hotel, West Won Bread can work with you to find or create the bread that you need. For any request, please use the order inquiry form.
WEST WON BREAD
1800 A Soscol Avenue, Napa, CA 94559
Weekdays: 7 am - 2 pm
Weekends: 8 am - 2 pm
NAPA FARMER'S MARKET
1100 West Street, Napa, CA 94559
Saturdays : Year-round, rain or shine
Hours : 8 am - 12 pm
MARTINEZ FARMER'S MARKET
700 Main St, Martinez, CA 94553
Sundays: Year-round, rain or shine
Hours: 9 am - 1 pm
My life in BREAD started in 2014 in, I suppose, an unusual environment. I was working my 9-5 desk job in administration as the academic manager of a private English language school in downtown San Francisco. One of the teachers shared with me a loaf of sourdough bread he'd made at home. It wasn't so much the flavor that blew me away, but rather that he made this bread at home. I guess, before this I'd never really given much thought to the bread making process. Bread to me, up till then, was pre-sliced and whole-wheat or nine-grain wrapped in plastic. It was this loaf of homemade sourdough that got me hooked and started on my own journey of learning how to make naturally leavened sourdough bread. I dove in and started making bread at home every week, over and over again, learning as much as I could through the process and through all the books I could find. After a year of home baking, and the dreariness of my day job weighing me down more and more, I decided to quit my job and learn how to be a bread baker. After a couple stages at bakeries in the city, I landed a job at Firebrand Artisan Breads in Oakland. My three years at Firebrand were an absolute dream situation, a complete education in not only bread making, but also what it takes to run a professional production bakery.
Having the opportunity to work under founder and Head Baker Matt Kreutz I learned exactly what it takes to be a baker, hard work and an unrelenting passion for craft. I worked every position in the bakery from packing the bread for deliveries up to baking on three different wood-fired ovens. After moving to Napa from San Francisco, and for a year continuing to commute to Oakland 5 nights a week to bake from 9-5 (pm to am) I decided to make a change and work closer to home at Model Bakery. My goal, from the beginning when I quit my desk job, was to eventually run my own operation. At the beginning of 2018, after our first son was born, I knew now was the time to make it happen.
Under the banner Royal Artisan Breads, which was quickly named after our loyal wire-haired griffon puppy, I began selling at the Napa Farmers’ Market. Our first market, we showed up with 40 loaves of organic bread and baby Otto strapped to me in a baby carrier, the true representation of a small family business. Overwhelmed by such a welcoming and supportive community, Napa and especially the farmers markets have been crucial in my growth as a baker and business owner.
During our third year in business we opened own brick and mortar retail and production bakery / cafe in the heart of Napa. Coupled with this growth, we rebranded as West Won Bread, the name coming from childhood memories of my grandfather exclaiming daily about the dark, dense, and seeded hunk of bread he’d have accompanying every meal. "THIS IS THE BREAD THAT WON THE WEST," he’d say, slathering a piece with a layer of butter. This memory of a simple occurrence around a modest food bringing such joy and pleasure is what we strive for with every bread that goes home to nourish you and your family.
Our whole family, Kyle, Elise, Otto, Rollie, and Edie welcome you through our doors and into our service of good bread and good feelings.