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Beacon Bread Company Makes DVlicious Finalist List For 'Best Soup'

A chef prepares a hearty soup at Beacon Bread.
A chef prepares a hearty soup at Beacon Bread. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Beacon Bread's turkey chili with sour cream, cheddar cheese and onions.
Beacon Bread's turkey chili with sour cream, cheddar cheese and onions. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Happy customers enjoying the food at Beacon Bread.
Happy customers enjoying the food at Beacon Bread. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Beacon Bread in Beacon.
Beacon Bread in Beacon. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman

BEACON, N.Y. -- From soothing chicken noodle to rich tomato, soup is one dish that never disappoints.

Poll
Who Has The Best Soup In Dutchess County?
Final Results Voting Closed

Who Has The Best Soup In Dutchess County?

  • Beacon Bread Company, Beacon
    48%
  • Bread Alone, Rhinebeck
    37%
  • Crew, Poughkeepsie
    15%

We asked for your top picks for our DVlicious “Best Soup in Dutchess County” contest and whittled it down to three finalists. Each is being profiled this week with the winner selected Monday, Feb. 22. Here’s a “bowl-ful” rundown on one of them.

Beacon Bread Company, 193 Main St., Beacon, (845) 838-2867

Number of Soups Offered: French onion and red lentil are nearly always on the menu, but there are soups of the day like turkey chili and sweet potato-veggie.

Worth Dishing About: Though breads and pastries are the focus of this two-year-old eatery (hence the name), its soups are heavenly paired with a sandwich on a chilly winter afternoon. It is run by Co-Owners Kamel Jamel and Ralph Clemente and features a community-oriented atmosphere where lingering is encouraged, though, be warned: there is, purposefully, no Wi-Fi. Hanging in a prominent spot is Jamel’s sign, reading: “No Wi-Fi, try talking.”

Click HERE to vote for your slurp-worthy favorite. Remember, you can vote multiple times, though only once per day.

Voting ends Monday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m.

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