The Beach Rose bread course, features Anadama bread which has a story that begins Rockport, MA. This is the true story of a local fisherman whose wife was not so skilled in the kitchen and always gave him steamed corn meal mush and molasses for dinner. One day when he came home from fishing and found that same dinner of corn meal mush and molasses.
Being oh so very tired of it, he decided to mix it with bread flour and yeast and baked it saying, "Anna Damn Her!"
The bread happened to be so delicious that his neighbors baked it and began calling it Anadama Bread. Anadama was first baked by the Smith family at 5 Main Street in Rockport during the 1940's and then later at a modern bakery built by the railroad station also in Rockport.
You'll find our Anadama bread featured from 8 am until 10 pm everyday at Juliet.
Juliet is nominated for the annual Scout's Honored Awards, by one of our great, independent media outlets, Somerville Scout. We are excited to be nominated for Best Service Staff, Best Brunch, and Best Restaurant, Union Square.