Now OPEN | Georgia’s Bakery Back in Business, Back to Historic Roots

Many of us are used to remodeling projects taking longer than expected, but true to the words on the sign hanging in the front window, George’s Bakery reopened this week – complete with a fresh interior, new owners and the exterior sporting a whole new historic look.

New owner Steve Teodosiadis bought George’s Bakery on North Bend Way in early January and immediately started a facelift on the building’s iconic Alpine facade, taking it back to the original 1940’s design – AND giving it a new name, Georgia’s Bakery, named after his wife.

Original windows were uncovered, doors changed out and all the exterior brick replaced, revealing the building’s historic charm.

The interior also got new life. The old dropped ceiling was removed, high ceilings and fresh paint are now flooded by natural light from the new windows uncovered on building’s front.

But don’t fear, some favorite things won’t be changing.  All the classic George’s bakery items are still in the display case and previous owner, Joe, will still be baking in the back.

Some new items will be added to the menu – as well as another big change… new coffee.

So stop by and take a peek! Welcome to town Steve and Gerogia’s Bakery.

Photo: George's Bakery Facebook page.

Photo: George’s Bakery Facebook page.

1/7/15. Photo by Sherri Kennedy.

1/7/15. Photo by Sherri Kennedy.

Brick replacement on exterior of new Georgia's Bakery

Brick replacement on exterior of new Georgia’s Bakery

New Georgia's Bakery, open for business as of January 28, 2014.

New Georgia’s Bakery, open for business as of January 28, 2014.

Original bakery (right) in the 1940's. Photo: Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

Original bakery (right) in the 1940’s. Photo: Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

 

 

 

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  1. Love this!! thank you!!

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