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Nine Chains opens in Ditmas Park

The Farm on Adderley team launches a locavore bakery in Brooklyn.

Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

Farro bowl at Nine Chains

Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

Tuna-and-golden-beet sandwich at Nine Chains

Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

Cauliflower soup at Nine Chains

Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

Nine Chains

Tom Kearney and Matt Amberg—the sustainably focused pair behind the Farm on Adderley—bring their locavore ethos to the bakeshop, highlighting grains sourced from the Finger Lakes region. In the chevron-painted spot, choose from goodies like sea-salt-flecked chocolate brioche, olive-studded focaccia sticks and stuffed buns (slow-cooked pork, curried beans). Loaves—such as buckwheat and sour white—do double duty as sandwiches, for combos including the Reubenesque Acapulco Red and a crimped version with roasted cauliflower with pickled mango. Caffeine seekers can find Brooklyn Roasting Co. pour-overs gussied up with bergamot skins or grated ginger, while SerendipiTea teas are available topped with bee-pollen foam. 1111 Church Ave between Stratford and Westminster Rds, Ditmas Park, Brooklyn (347-391-2000)