Battaglini Bakery

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Battaglini's bread is the best. I had a friend of mine move to Atlanta, GA. He told me they don't make italian bread down there. When my wife and I went to Atlanta to visit, my friend insisted that I bring 12 loaves with me. I didn't, because I didn't have room in the car. He wasn't too happy with me.
I don't think it is very easy to move a bakery or create a new one in a different location. The reason is that the dough must be made in the proper climate (humidity/temp) and the ovens must be the older models. Fresh bread without preservatives; is VERY hard to find. That's why Battaglini is so precious!

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Battaglini's bread is the best. I had a friend of mine move to Atlanta, GA. He told me they don't make italian bread down there. When my wife and I went to Atlanta to visit, my friend insisted that I bring 12 loaves with me. I didn't, because I didn't have room in the car. He wasn't too happy with me.
I don't think it is very easy to move a bakery or create a new one in a different location. The reason is that the dough must be made in the proper climate (humidity/temp) and the ovens must be the older models. Fresh bread without preservatives; is VERY hard to find. That's why Battaglini is so precious!

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Born and raised in Binghamton, I too miss the best Italian bread in the triple cities! San Antonio, TX (area) doesn't have a clue about Italian bread!!! I flew home in Mar 07' for the St. Patricks day festivities at St. Pats. While at home I went to big lots and bought a suitcase for $10. I transferred my checked luggage (clothes) into the new suitcase and used the larger, older one to bring back 10 loaves of Battaglini's finest, and of course 4 bottles of Lupo's spiedie marinade (only because Sharkey's doesn't sell it). Security at the Binghamton airport didn't even blink an eye! I only use the bread for toast and spiedies. It's now Jan. 08' and I'm down to my last loaf!~!!! TOO BAD BATTAGLINI DOESN'T SELL/SHIP ONLINE! SOMEBODY TALK TO THEM!!!! M.Normile (prometheis_78063@yahoo.com) (BNHS/BCHS class of 74')

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Born and raised in Binghamton, I too miss the best Italian bread in the triple cities! San Antonio, TX (area) doesn't have a clue about Italian bread!!! I flew home in Mar 07' for the St. Patricks day festivities at St. Pats. While at home I went to big lots and bought a suitcase for $10. I transferred my checked luggage (clothes) into the new suitcase and used the larger, older one to bring back 10 loaves of Battaglini's finest, and of course 4 bottles of Lupo's spiedie marinade (only because Sharkey's doesn't sell it). Security at the Binghamton airport didn't even blink an eye! I only use the bread for toast and spiedies. It's now Jan. 08' and I'm down to my last loaf!~!!! TOO BAD BATTAGLINI DOESN'T SELL/SHIP ONLINE! SOMEBODY TALK TO THEM!!!! M.Normile (prometheis_78063@yahoo.com) (BNHS/BCHS class of 74')

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Definitely, is Battaglini's bread. Now the girl in the first review was doing great until she dipped the hot buttered bread in coffee. Yuk, then again, to each their own. Endicott is full of dunkers! Anyway, I graduated from U-E in 1971 and can remember walking home from a football games on those chilly late autumn nights, up Oak Hill AVe and you can smell the fresh bread baking for the next day. We would stop and buy a loaf each for 25 cents [!] and eat that hot, soft bread on the way home. I've eaten that bread since I can remember actually. With fresh beef bologna or hard salami and provelone from Turrigiano's corner store or Lupo's, or toasted with eggs in the morning. Battaglini's is, without a doubt, the best. And no wonder the local pizza's you can buy in a variety of area stores are so delicious! They're based on an excellent dough foundation provided by..you guessed it..Battaglini's! Gosh I wish they could go national..or at least regional.

PROS: Still in business.
CONS: I live too far away.

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Definitely, is Battaglini's bread. Now the girl in the first review was doing great until she dipped the hot buttered bread in coffee. Yuk, then again, to each their own. Endicott is full of dunkers! Anyway, I graduated from U-E in 1971 and can remember walking home from a football games on those chilly late autumn nights, up Oak Hill AVe and you can smell the fresh bread baking for the next day. We would stop and buy a loaf each for 25 cents [!] and eat that hot, soft bread on the way home. I've eaten that bread since I can remember actually. With fresh beef bologna or hard salami and provelone from Turrigiano's corner store or Lupo's, or toasted with eggs in the morning. Battaglini's is, without a doubt, the best. And no wonder the local pizza's you can buy in a variety of area stores are so delicious! They're based on an excellent dough foundation provided by..you guessed it..Battaglini's! Gosh I wish they could go national..or at least regional.

PROS: Still in business.
CONS: I live too far away.

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If your looking for a good crusty home made Italian Bread to sink your teeth into look no farther than Battaglini's Bakery on Oak Hill Ave. The best way to eat their bread is fresh out of the ovens with slabs of butter melting into the soft insides of the loaves, then dunking it in a cup of coffee.
They also sell their dough to make the Italian Specialty Pizza Frite which is a fried dough sprinkled with Regular, Brown or Powered Sugar for a nice Old World Treat or as a Sunday Morning Breakfast.
Reasonably priced you will be glad you stopped to pick up a loaf of nice warm bread.
Great for Sandwiches, Garlic Bread or dipping in Spaghetti Sauce you will keep going back for more.
Good Service from a family owned and operated business. Great Prices. Great Taste!

PROS: You get the brest product money can buy
CONS: none

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★★★★★

If your looking for a good crusty home made Italian Bread to sink your teeth into look no farther than Battaglini's Bakery on Oak Hill Ave. The best way to eat their bread is fresh out of the ovens with slabs of butter melting into the soft insides of the loaves, then dunking it in a cup of coffee.
They also sell their dough to make the Italian Specialty Pizza Frite which is a fried dough sprinkled with Regular, Brown or Powered Sugar for a nice Old World Treat or as a Sunday Morning Breakfast.
Reasonably priced you will be glad you stopped to pick up a loaf of nice warm bread.
Great for Sandwiches, Garlic Bread or dipping in Spaghetti Sauce you will keep going back for more.
Good Service from a family owned and operated business. Great Prices. Great Taste!

PROS: You get the brest product money can buy
CONS: none

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