Holiday Hours


Have a Joyous and Safe Holiday Season.

November Food Drive



Pymatuning Valley Area Community Food Pantry - Food Drive

There will be a shopping cart at Bakery On The Square throughout the month of November. Let's see how many times we can fill it with Non-Perishable canned and boxed food. All donations will be taken to Andover United Methodist Church.

Bakery On The Square is open, Wednesday through Saturday from 7:30 am till 4:30 pm. Sunday from 9:00 am till 3:00 pm. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday.


(Please note: All Out-Of-Date items will not be donated to the Food Pantry.)

Andover Sourdough

You would have to drive to Pittsburgh, Cleveland, or Buffalo
to find authentic Sourdough Bread.
But it wouldn't taste like Andover Sourdough.
The natural wild yeast in our Neck of the Woods is just better!
But my opinion might be biased. 


Daily Bread Specials!

We are your local bread bakery!
Grab a Baguette, Sourdough, or some fresh baked Italian.

Come in on Wednesday for Italian Herb.
Thursday for Multi-Grain and Whole Wheat Sourdough.
Friday is Rye Day! We will be baking Deli Rye, German Rye, and Pumpernickle.
Saturday is Cinnamon Swirl. Great for Sunday morning breakfast.
Sunday is Salt Rising Bread Day!

Every day we have Sourdough, Italian, French Baguettes, Cranberry-Golden Raisin, and Farm White.



Artisan Bread & Gourmet Pastries!



Hand laminated croissants filled with Almond or Chocolate Ganash.
Brioche cinnamon twists.
Fruit danish made from brioche dough.
Cakes, cookies, jelly bars, crumb cake, and scones.
Homemade Lemon Lime aid.
Fresh brewed iced tea.
And an espresso bar.






PORTRAIT by Diann Frampton

We do not have any Beauty Shots of our products to post. 
We hope you enjoy this beautiful artwork.
This is a portrait created by Diann Frampton of Paul, hard at work.

Diann lives in Meadville, you can visit her at the Meadville Market House.



I LOVE BREAD!



Click the link below for a fun little video!

WHY ANDOVER?

We announced that we were relocating our bakery business from Meadville to Andover and one of the comments we received was, 'why would you move your business from a town of 23,000 to a town of 2,300?'
It was a very good question!
And it has several very good answers. The first being our cost of living.
In Andover, we own our home and we own our storefront. Taxes are extremely low and we don't have to pay for things like parking our cars.
But the other aspect is that even though there are only 2,300 people living in Andover, there are 4,500,000 tourists that come here every year.
The Pymatuning Chamber of Commerce encompasses all the little towns around Pymatuning Lake and has a great network of promotional opportunities for small businesses.
The Ashtabula Visitors Bureau is an amazing resource that advertises this entire region. And the support among the locals for their small businesses is wonderful.
And then there is the lake itself. We played on this lake. We ate at these restaurants. We visited the wineries and breweries. We fell in love with this area.
That's why we chose Andover.



PASTRIES

Everyone has stories to tell about their younger selves. About parents, grandparents, or Aunts and Uncles baking the most amazing treats. I am no different.
My mother was born in 1910 and grew up in a time when being a housewife really was being a Domestic Engineer.
She grew up in a house where they Washed on Monday, Ironed on Tuesday, Mended on Wednesday, Churned on Thursday, Cleaned on Friday, Baked on Saturday, and Rested on Sunday.
She kept that schedule for most of her life. All except the churning. That was the day we shopped.
Saturday was the best day of the whole week, in my book!
From the time we got up in the morning until well after dinner, we baked. Bread, pies, cookies, cakes, sweet rolls, and so much more. And when the holiday came around we baked during the week.
A lot of my mother's recipes can be found at Bakery On The Square but they have been adapted and improved by Amanda's pastry talents.