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Norwalk Mayor Richard Moccia talks to Wave Hill Breads cafe owner Margaret Sapir about the menu on Tuesday when she opened for business.

Wave Hill Breads is now more than just a bakery. On Tuesday afternoon Norwalk Mayor Richard Moccia cut a ribbon and broke bread with owners Mitchell Rapoport and Margaret Sapir to celebrate the opening of a new cafe and local food market at the bakery’s home at 30 High St.
In addition to its signature breads, the cafe also offers French pastries, muffins and Java Love coffee.
The cafe, which is open Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., also has live music and WiFi service.
Founded in Wilton in 2005, Wave Hill Breads supplies stores and restaurants throughout Connecticut, New York and New Jersey and sells at 20 farmers’ markets each week throughout the summer.
The bakery moved to larger quarters at High Street in Norwalk in June and developed new breads and pastries under the direction of Michael Devlin, general manager and chef.

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