This fifth-generation German bakery features traditional Old World and proven family recipes for breads, cookies and cakes. The deli reopened in 1997 and in the early years, the family lived above the bakery. The customers were local residents and river boat travelers. At the sound of the steamboat whistle, day or night, Franz Kirchhoff was out the door and off to the Ohio River bank with his iron wheel cart.
Today, the bakery serves sandwiches on Kirchhoff’s breads, local Farmer’s market vegetables and in-house soups.