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Lambertville Bakehouse celebrates grand opening


Lambertville Bakehouse celebrated its grand opening at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18.

A crowd of local residents gathered outside as owner and chef Tiera Burrows cut a ceremonial ribbon and invited customers into the shop for the first time. Burrows was joined by Lambertville Mayor Andrew J. Nowick, who noted that the community had eagerly anticipated the new business for some time.

“Our first weekend in operation was a great success,” Burrows stated. “We completely sold out both days early in the day. We are very grateful for the high level of interest and support that we received.”

Burrows noted that she will continue to work to adjust staffing and product levels so that she can best meet the demand for her products.

“Our vision is to provide high quality artisanal baked goods, hand-made in small batches and all baked on the premises. We use all natural, carefully sourced ingredients and, unlike many commercial bakeries, we don’t use stabilizing agents that, while they may increase shelf life, definitely have an effect on texture and taste,” Burrows explained. “The feedback that we have gotten from our customers makes me confident that there is a real desire for this kind of food in the Lambertville area.”

Lambertville Bakehouse is located at 61 N. Main St. It will be open for business from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.