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Carb up with these Greenville bread options

Bread is the ultimate comfort food. Luckily the Greenville bread scene is here for your baked pleasure.

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Come get this bread. | Photo by the GVLtoday team

Looking for a local spot to get the ultimate comfort food?Spend your bread at these 10 bread spots, chosen by you.

Rise Bakery, 1264 Pendleton St., Greenville | “That sourdough from Rise Bakery barely makes it 24 hours in our house!” — Dr. Brandie

Cellas Cottage Bakery, online only | With a variety of bread options like garlic rosemary, jalapeno cheddar, and Mexican chocolate, how are you supposed to pick just one?

A loaf of bread in a Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery Bag up agains the "Eat Local, Ride Bikes" wall.

Stecca for the win. | Photo by Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery, 205 Cedar Lane Rd., Greenville | Stecca bread is considered a Greenville staple. As one reader put it, “Stecca all the way!” — Bonnie B.

Bossy Bakers, 1540 Wade Hampton Blvd., Ste. G, Greenville | “Always love Bossy Bakers and have to grab a cookie while I’m there! They used to make a cinnamon raisin loaf I was obsessed with.” — Jenny L.

Gio’s Pastry Shop, Caffe, & Italian Market, 218-A S. Main St., Fountain Inn | Be sure to follow Gio’s on Facebook for the bread specials. We have our eye on some sourdough.

Grain Man GVL, around town | Homemade focaccia, tortillas, English muffins, and bagels await you. Click here to find where the Grain Man will be.

A delicious looking loaf of bread.

There’s nothing like the smell of fresh bread. | Photo by Le Petit Croissant

Le Petit Croissant, 640 S. Main St., Greenville | Grab a flaky butter or filled croissant and sip on a coffee or tea at this downtown spot.

Travelers Baking Co., online only | “Travelers Baking Co. is hands down the best in town! Their bread and cookies are to die for! Currently dreaming of their fig and nut loaf…" — Sarah

Upcountry Provisions, 6809 State Park Rd., Travelers Rest | Okay, okay, we know this is a bread round up, but if you go to Upcountry you have to get a peanut butter cookie.

Vintage Crust Baking Co., 290 Richey Rd., Pelzer (but you can find them popping up around town) | “Vintage Crust Baking Co. is literally the best.” — @sodapopandbiscuits