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Beware of the husband-and-wife team of Nicole Lane and Joseph Rodriguez.

Five years ago, the duo transformed innocent Park Slopers from bread novices to bakery mavens with their first Uprising Bread Bakery, on Seventh Avenue. Their window, heaped with big, crusty Calamata olive loaves; multi-grain rounds with brittle crusts and tender centers; and nearly black chocolate bread studded with tart cranberries, lured unsuspecting locals inside.

A year later, they opened a second shop on Seventh Avenue, with seating, and began serving the best coffee around.

Cobble Hill residents are no longer safe from the Uprising’s carbohydrate-rich charms. In June, Lane and Rodriguez opened their third bakery, on Court Street. Already customers can be spotted carrying out bags of long baguettes and boxes of their damp, bittersweet brownies. Soon, they will set up cafe-style seating so locals can linger over croissants and Danishes.

You’ve been warned.

Uprising Bread Bakery (210 Court St. between Warren and Wyckoff streets in Cobble Hill) accepts cash only. Pastry $l.50-$3.50, specialty loaves $4.75. The bakery is open Mondays through Saturdays, 7:30 am to 9 pm, and Sundays, from 8:30 am to 9 pm. For more information, call (718) 422-7676.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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Doris from Long Island says:
What happened to Uprising Bread Bakery?
Nov. 18, 2018, 8:10 pm

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