Thursday, November 1, 2012

Send Some Good Vibes In Beyond Bread's Direction

Posted By on Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 4:30 PM

It's weird how this went down: We got a press release announcing local bakery and restaurant Beyond Bread had been named a contestant in the World Food Championships weeks ago. Then, days after we wrote about it here on the Range, the owners of Beyond Bread contacted me, saying they hadn't heard anything about it.

Strange, but in the end it all worked out and this weekend Beyond Bread goes head to head with 50 other sandwich makers in Las Vegas. The restaurant was selected because Tucson Weekly readers elected the place winner for Best Sandwich in the Best of Tucson® awards for ten years running. See how important Tucson Weekly readers are!?

So send Beyond Bread some good vibes as they vie for top honors at the competition this weekend. We hear they'll be unleashing some sort of a super Reuben on the judges. Here's wishing them luck.

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