Skip to main content

Logan bakery has successful first wine and cheese night

By Nicholas Porath
Nov. 17, 2016

Palates were pleased at Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread Friday night, as the Logan bakery held its first wine and cheese night.

Patrons enjoyed a mouth-watering array of food and beverages, including house-made pizza, squares of locally farmed cheese from Richmond and Draper, locally grown fruit, Creminelli tartufo truffle salami, some deserts and a selection of wine and beer. The food was set up buffet-style, and drinks sold by the glass. 

Executive chef Barney Northrop was pleased about the turnout, considering this was the bakery’s first event.

“It went great,” Northrop said. “The turnout was great; we were pretty full. As far as capacity we can seat about 50 people and I believe 44 was our final count, so that gives us some room for moving around a little bit.”

Northrop hopes to host more events like this in the future, and is grateful for the opportunity to host with the ability to serve alcohol, now that the restaurant has a liquor license.

“I think that there’s growth that Logan has experienced in the past decade,” Northrop said. “There’s definitely want for dining options at night, and places where people can get a drink. Whereas we have the beer and wine license, we can fill some of that gap.”

Server Drew Madison enjoyed the event and is looking forward to more in the future.

“It went pretty well and the restaurant was pretty full,” Madison said. “People seemed to be having a good time. It was also our first time doing it, so we can work out how exactly to improve and have it better.”

The event is a way to enjoy a glass of wine with some fine meat and cheese in a warm atmosphere. 

The dinner lasted from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and included a $10 cover charge.