Rochester Bakery Expanding as Pizza Joint Says “Goodbye” to 2nd Street Location
A Rochester bakery shared some exciting news this week! Sweet House Bakery, located on 2nd Street in downtown Rochester, will be closed for a few weeks starting December 28th as they work on changes at their current location.
Sweet House Bakery currently shares the location with Pasquale's Neighborhood Pizzeria. The location opened up on 2nd Street across from Saint Mary's back in June and the bakery utilizes the facility while many of us are still sleeping soundly in our beds. Based on the announcement shared on Sweet House Bakery's Facebook page, Pasquale's Neighborhood Pizzeria will be leaving the location at the end of December.
BIG and EXCITING NEWS for Sweet House Bakery.
Pasquales express will be leaving at the end of December. That means longer hours for Sweet House Bakery!!!!
To get ready for my expansion, I will have to be closed during the remodel.
We will be closed from December 28 to January 10. Look forward to longer hours, new sweet treats, a lunch menu, and fresh baked bread.
Thank you for all your love and support! We can’t wait to have a Grand opening and show off our “New” bakery!
If this is your first time hearing about Sweet House Bakery, you should get the Y-105FM App because we just did a story about places in the area that are selling Hot Cocoa Bombs and this bakery is on the list. You can get caught up and read that story now here.
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