Breads Bakery Spawning New Locations

has a bun in the oven.

The hugely popular Union Square bakery — whose new kiosk in midtown’s Bryant Square Park opens today — will open an Upper West Side location later this year, owner Gadi Peleg told the Forward. Peleg and Israeli-born partner Uri Scheft have signed a lease at 1890 Broadway at 63rd Street, across from Lincoln Center.

“Since we opened in Union Square, the number-one request from guests has been to open on the Upper West Side,” Peleg told the Forward. “I grew up a few blocks away from the new location and I am excited to be back in a neighborhood that always has and always will feel like home.”

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

Breads Bakery Spawning New Locations

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