I’d do anything for LOVE, but I won’t do that…

Dear Customers:


We need to reconnect to who we set out to be. A time when things were simpler. My mind jumps back to the November day in 2004 at Bread Stuy when my husband was so excited that I made brioche and was handing them out to random people on Lewis Avenue. “We baked bread!” So, with that spirit in mind, we are rededicating ourselves to bread.


We have always been the kind of people that see a need and try to fix it. Being of the neighborhood for almost 20 years, we have struggled like you to find something to eat, certain times, certain days, so we tried to fill that gap. But running a restaurant is not really where our hearts are. It still needs to be done, and we’ve been successful, but it’s not what we are aiming to ultimately do.


To our loyal customers who have stuck with us, rediscovered us, been here day in and day out, to the staff who has worked to make this place hum, to the friends and family who have supported us morally, financially, and by being our honest sounding board…. thank you. We cannot thank you enough.


This is not a goodbye. This is a rededication to our initial dream and goal of giving skills to those that many deem unteachable. We want to bring our breads to more people in the community… spreading the love, if you will. We will be closing for about a week and coming back with our hearts open and ready to connect. We look forward to continuing to serve you.



Bread Love

Hillary, Lloyd, and MacLemore Porter

Will you be my Valentine?

We know you’ve got it all covered (a’hem) but just in case… we gotcha covered.  Order directly to stay or to go or have it delivered by Seamless/Grubhub!
choose 1: (appetizer)

roasted beet tartar
green salad with lemon rose dressing

main dishes:
a twist on our best seller! hot and sweet chicken and waffles, with a red velvet waffle, spicy fried chicken, and a light cream cheese glaze

crisp fried crab cake, made with jumbo claw meat, served over baby greens, drizzled with house made truffled garlic aioli

country style shephard’s pie, with slow braised beef short ribs and beech mushrooms in gravy, topped with flakey biscuit crumble

creamy truffled grits
parmesan crusted hassle-back potatoes
or pick any side from the menu

chef hillary’s brooklyn blackout cake, with rich dark chocolate cake, chocolate pudding, and chocolate caramel ganache

dinner for 1 (choose 1 app, 1 main, 1 side, and dessert): $40

dinner for 2: (choose 1 app, 2 main, 2 sides, and dessert): $70

mains are available a’la carte for $20 each, special sides are $7 each, apps are $10 each

Holiday Menu – Thanksgiving

Order & 50% deposit must be received by Monday, November 21st.

Pickup Wednesday, November 23rd after 2pm until close. Shop will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.
    • Brioche dinner rolls $5/dozen
    • Buttermilk Biscuits $5/dozen
    • Cinnamon rolls 1/2 dozen $10
    • Fried to perfection in peanut oil, with a side of extra seasoning.
      • Deep Fried Turkey 14-18lbs, (choice of Jerk, Butter garlic or Cajun) – $75



  • Pecan pie – $25 – 9 inch pie
  • Apple or pumpkin pie – $20 for 9 inch pie
  • Lemon pound cake w lemon glaze – $18
  • Pumpkin, Banana, Apple Raisin Pecan loaf – $15
  • Gingerbread (with fresh & candied ginger) – $18

Call or check the case for additional goodies!

I’m looking for a new love, baby …

Bread Love is seeking a sous chef and line cook to start work immediately.  weekday and weekend shifts available.  brunch & dinner is popping on the weekends so we may need another barista/counterperson and delivery person as well.

if interested please send resume (NO ATTACHMENTS PLEASE…) as text to

breadlovebkny at gmail dot com

check out our ad on Craigslist… sous chef & line cook

feel free to also drop off resumes at the counter, but specify what hours and position you are interested in.



we Love the holidays

Friday, Dec 11th – Annual Stuyvesant Heights Tree Lighting, Sponsored by Stuyvesant Heights Parents Group

Light the tree at Fulton Park – 7pm, Carol to St Phillips Church (Decatur St side), Reception, Goodies & a Special Guest! (ssh!)

Sunday, December 13th, 12-6pm:  Bread Love Holiday Bazaar: Featuring local craftsman & artisans.

Saturday, December 19th (1-330p, 4-6pm) – Gingerbread House Party

Decorate your own freshly baked gingerbread house with royal icing and assorted candies while enjoying holiday and house music. Lots of fun and extra treats. Reserve a space today! One house for $25.  2 sessons: 1-330pm and 4-6pm.

Getting Bready for Fall….

Since opening, Bread Love has been working on some funtime events, in addition to working out our own kinks. More details to come! In the meantime, block out these dates on your calendars.

Sunday, September 13th: Pig Roast Dinner w Bed Stuy Fresh & Local

Sunday, September 20th: NextdoOrganics End of Summer Celebration

Bread Love is open 8am-930pm daily except Sun 9am – 6pm.  Come through for breakfast, lunch, dinner or weekend brunch.

1933 Fulton Street (@ Howard Ave) , Brooklyn, NY  11233

Call for daily specials & pickup (347) 405 – 9654

Yes! we are a Nextdoorganics CSA pickup location!

Yes! we are also a KeyCafe!

Ask about space rental for parties and party packages, too!


With Love from Weeksville… Sept 20-Oct 12

Bread Love Weeksville is an urban farmstand located at Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn, New York. We are dedicated to bringing farm fresh and locally produced food items to the table in partnership with OKO Farms.

Come to Weeksville Heritage Center from 12 to 6pm Friday through Sunday to celebrate the opening of #FunkGodJazzMedicine with us.  In addition to serving refreshments, Bread Love will host a series of Sunday Dinners, as an introduction to our Bread Love Supperclub from 2-6pm each Sunday on the Weeksville farmland. The events will include Alabama Joe’s Barbeque (9/21), Jerk Chicken & Fish Fry (9/28), Pig Roast (10/5) and Seafood Boil (10/12).

Local musicians and DJs will also be featured including: the Hollands, featuring Jannina and John-Paul Norpoth,www.HOLLANDSSS.com, and more!

Alabama Joe’s BBQ grills: www.drumgrills.com/

#FunkGodJazzMedicine by Creative Time

Bread Love misses Bread Love too!

It’s been a rough summer, we have been scouring real estate looking for a new location and haven’t found anything yet.  We have run into many of our customers & friends during the summer and we thank you for your continued encouragement and support.   The right space will come to us when it is ready. We continue to have hope and promise to keep you posted about upcoming events and/or sales.

In the meantime, GUESS WHAT?!

We will be vending at the 4th annual Audre Lorde Project’s Bed Stuy Pride Festival at Von King park.  Look for us there, selling refreshments and savory items on Sunday, September 7th.

Bread Love will also be selling our wares at Weeksville Heritage Center during Creative Time’s Funk God Jazz and Medicine exhibition that takes place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Sept 20th to October 12th. Have you checked out the new digs? It’s beautiful! We have been longtime supporters of Weeksville and hope this is the start of something even bigger.  Anyway, lots of music, art & workshops will be present at Weeksville as well as exhibits at 3 other locations (including our former home now called Stuyvesant Mansion). We will have an espresso/coffee bar, cold refreshments, quick pick munchies and some hot meals as well. Stop by and say “Hello!”

In the meantime, please continue to support your local small businesses in the nabe.