I’m truly grateful for the demand Margot’s Morsels have created and want to update you on where you can find our tasty little sourdough morsels besides our website and the local farmers’ markets I’m attending. We’ve added more stores in San Francisco and our crunchy organic snacks can now be found down the peninsula as far as Palo Alto.
San Francisco – In an earlier blog, I mentioned that Cheese Plus, serving the Telegraph Hill/Pacific Heights neighborhoods, is offering our morsels. And now, we’ve expanded the reach of Margot’s Morsels to the Cole Valley and Laurel Heights neighborhoods.
The shelves of Luke’s Local in Cole Valley at 960 Cole Street, 415-742-4207 (Hours: 8am – 9pm, daily) are now stocked with our super-crunchy snacks. Make sure you check out this neighborhood market, known for the warm in-person experience, local grocery delivery, and their amazing stock of fine foods.
In Laurel Heights, Bryan’s Market, 3445 California St, San Francisco, CA 94118 (Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am—6pm, closed on Sunday/holidays) is also carrying our crunchy morsels to complement their huge selections of other organic, specialty foods. While you are there, don’t miss the expansive selection of meat and fish and their wonderful produce.
Woodside – Roberts Market was my local market when I lived in the area and I was thrilled to get the call from Christine Roberts to let me know she not only just polished off the entire sample of sourdough snacks I left for her to try but, she wanted to place an order. Thank you, Christine! Besides being able to count on Roberts for high-quality produce, cheese, meat, and fish; they have a fine wine selection to go with your morsels. Stop by the Woodside store at 3015 Woodside Road, Woodside, CA 94062, 650-851-1511 (open daily) as well as their other location: 4420 Alpine Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028, 65-851-1711 (open daily).
Portola Valley – And, the late-breaking news? I’ve just dropped Bianchini's Market's first order off for their store located in the Ladera Shopping Center, 3130 Alpine Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028, (650) 851-4391 (daily 7am -7pm). They also have morsels available in their San Carlos store: 810 Laurel Street, San Carlos, CA 94070, (650) 592-4701
Palo Alto – If you’ve been to Stanford Shopping Center, you’ve probably passed the abundant produce display that gave you the feeling of an old-fashioned, open-air market. That was Sigona’s Farmers Market, 399 Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304, 650-329-1340 (open daily), on the Sand Hill Road side of the mall. They have also added Margot’s Morsels to their line of specialty foods to compliment their other specialty items.
This is a big step and I’m thrilled to be supported by these wonderful outlets.
I think I may have teased this in an earlier blog, so it’s official! We have a new sourdough snack flavor, Rockin’ Rosemary, which is available to order online or pick up at the Marin County Farmers Markets. If you’d like to receive news about anything “morsel-related,” subscribe to get information about new products, recipes, and other exciting news including more stores and outlets as they come onboard.
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If you are in the San Francisco bay area, come to the farmer’s markets in the North Bay Area and look for us. Right now we’re in Mill Valley and Marin Country Mart in Larkspur. I would love to meet you and find out how you use morsels. Don’t forget to Get Your Crunch On!