May 15, 2024 - News

La Farm expands to Raleigh

Breads and pastries laid out on a table

Photo: Courtesy of Anna Routh

La Farm Bakery, which opened in Cary in 1999, will debut a location in downtown Raleigh this month and another in North Raleigh this summer.

Why it matters: Run by James Beard-nominated baker Lionel Vatinet, La Farm is one of the longest-running bakeries in the Triangle.

What to expect: Apart from its popular sourdough and other fresh breads, expect pastries, sandwiches, salads and coffee.

  • The downtown Raleigh location, opening on May 22, will be a pop-up at 122 Glenwood Ave.
  • The location is described as "semi-permanent," and La Farm's lease runs through the end of the year. But the bakery said it hopes to extend the lease long term.
  • It'll open daily, from 7:30am-7pm.

La Farm's other Raleigh location, which will open later this summer, will be in Creekside Crossing Shopping Center at 404 E. Six Forks Road.

  • The 3,200-square-foot space will have a full-service bakery and cafe.
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