The bakery’s story begins 10 years ago, when a man named Edward Collins walked into the Capuchin Soup Kitchen after 32 years in prison.
The Department of Corrections had made a baker out of him during his time in the system, and his newfound skill took him to wardens’ birthdays and prison anniversaries. Upon his release, however, his felony gridlocked his ability to find employment, and Collins, disheartened, decided to return to the living he had known: selling drugs
For a residential community like Woodbridge, the Woodbridge Pub truly is the corner pub that fosters and strengthens relationships in an already thriving community. With a full bar and an eclectic menu featuring unique
variations of solid dishes, the restaurant remains a favorite for students and locals alike. To keep flavors fresh and local, the pub works to use food grown or sourced just miles away from the restaurant by using goods from urban farmers for its menu, a collection of brunch favorites, burgers and sandwiches, salads, and more.