Thursday, October 7, 2021
By Alex Washington on Thu, October 7, 2021 on 14:57
There are people who thank the coffee gods every morning for making their day bearable, and now the Detroiters will be able to give more thanks to the coffee and pastry heaven as Rochester’s Give Thanks Bakery has opened its second location in Midtown.
The bakery is the first tenant in the newly renovated first floor of The Plaza building.
The nearly 700 square meter location serves the European craft breads and pastries for which Give Thanks has become best known. In line with the Euro theme, the bakery also offers Illy Coffee, an Italian coffee brand based in Trieste, Italy.
Give Thanks Bakery in Midtown is open for business and will host its ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 Friday, October 7 at 3800 Woodward Ave.
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