Finally, we have a new bakery to replace Panzanella

13 Feb

Etoile Artisan Bakery, as the sign says, will be the new tenant in the space once occupied by Panzanella, purveyors of great breads and other Italian deli items. I’ve been trying to hook up with the people behind the new venture, but no luck yet. Once I get details, you’ll see them here first. Secondhand word is that they’re shooting for a March opening. Sounds, also, as if they plan to offer a good selection of sweet pastries, along with … well, that’s the rest of the story.

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2 Responses to “Finally, we have a new bakery to replace Panzanella”

  1. Ketrina April 8, 2010 at 3:27 am #

    Did they ever come back from France? Can’t wait for a new bakery!:-)

    • stuwatson April 8, 2010 at 9:15 pm #

      Thanks, K. For the Buzzer (that would be moi), this has become The Great Stealth project. Especially after Michael Eggebrecht, the first pretender to that spot, tried and tried and finally walked away because of unresolved financial/tax/debt/publisher’s clearing house/make-up-your-own-reason issues. I’ve been trying to connect with the folks behind Etoile, even gave a card to one of them while she was in another conversation on the sidewalk out front recently (didn’t want to cut the other person off and grill her there), but no word back yet. I know they’re in there, hear them bumping around with the remodeling behind locked doors. I’m waiting for the landlord to call me back with a contact number. I’m guessing they’re so focused on getting ready to launch that they’re not quite ready to kick the marketing machine into gear. Still, inquiring minds (yours, and mine, and a couple bazillion others) want to know. We … crave … sweets. Stay tuned.
      4/8/10 Update: Detailed info posted.

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