It's that time of year when anyone in Flint and Genesee County wants to be in their comfies and eating the best comfort foods.

We've put together a list of hidden gem restaurant breads and soups all around the county.

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You'll surely find something classic to hit the spot. Or discover a place you've forgotten. Maybe even something new for your belly.

The Best Breads in Genesee County Michigan

Is there anything better than warm, savory homemade bread? It's perfect for dipping in soups or sopping up homemade sauces in your favorite dish.

Many of the breads we've included in our list are unique to Genesee County. Some you'll know so well; you'll drool just hearing their name.

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While other's will make your mouth water the second you see the picture. ("Samoritos" from Sam's Italian anyone?)

The Best Soups in Genesee County Michigan

We've found the tastiest soups albeit Hispanic, Italian, American, Mediterranean or any other culture.

From Classics like chicken noodle to beef, veggie and one of the best chili recipes anywhere in Mid-Michigan.

We won't judge if you love to load up your soup with chunks of bread... or oyster crackers. Youl could even get crazy and try one of the best kept secrets in our area...

A homemade bread bowl to hold your soup and provide a savory dessert after it's gone.

If we've missed any of your Genesee County favorite breads or soups, send us a message in the app.

Best Restaurant Breads and Soups Around Flint Michigan

Homemade breads and soups are the most comforting food. These restaurants have the "best kept secret" when it comes to their bread & soup offerings.

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