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Bremerton’s 15th Street Bakery has closed

June 3rd, 2011 by adice

Bremerton’s 15th Street Bakery next to the Hi-Lo’s 15th Street Cafe has closed. The owners of Hi-Lo had opened it as both a bakery and waiting area for the cafe after the death of the bakery’s previous owner Luigi Ferrari. But in recent months, hours had dwindled and this week, this sign was posted in the window:

The cafe still is open and regularly packed as usual. And if people in the neighborhood are looking for sweets and pastries, longtime Bremerton baker McGavin’s also is open about a half mile up Callow Ave. and still selling pink champagne cakes, too.

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5 Responses to “Bremerton’s 15th Street Bakery has closed”

  1. Scott Herbert Says:

    This is a shame as it was a great bakery….loved the pugliese bread! My guess is that the location hurt….put a bakery like that on 303 and I think it would thrive.

  2. Jane_Rebelowski Says:

    I doubt the location was the problem, my husband and many others drove out of the way to purchase the great bread. Heidi & Lowell spend an enormous amount of time tending to their wonderful eatery, perhaps they want a life. It’s hard to smell the roses while running two businesses. Thanks for the great bread!

  3. Big Says:

    Bummmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeerrrrrrrrrr
    Long Live Hi-Los

  4. Alison Loris Says:

    I already miss the excellent fair trade coffee beans, and the annex room so kindly offered for local artisans to sell their wares without even taking a cut of the sales.

  5. TATE Says:

    THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES IN OUR NEIGHBOORHOOD…YOU WERE GREAT AND WE ENJOYED YOU!! GLAD THAT YOU ARE TAKING CARE OF YOURSELVES…LIFE IS TOO SHORT. WE ARE SURE THAT YOU WILL OFFER SOME OF THESE BAKERY ITEMS AT THE RESTAURANT.GREAT BAKER OF BREADS~~~ M AND R TATE

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