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Babycakes NYC Announces Downtown L.A. Bakery Closure + More Locations to Come

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Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 12:05 PM

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The rumors are true: Babycakes NYC in downtown L.A. has closed. "To free up some of our fine management crew and other resources we are unifying our two Los Angeles bakeries: Our Larchmont flagship will now be our sole Los Angeles storefront ... We are focusing on this positive note as our hearts heal for the 6th Street location that made BabyCakes possible in Los Angeles in the first place," the bakery announced on their blog.

In addition to news of expansion throughout the country, they also noted that their products will appear in stores including Artisan House, Erewhon, M Café, and Monsier Marcel. "We are working tirelessly so that BabyCakes NYC is available to more people across a much larger map by mid-year. We regret deeply that this requires that our downtown location will no longer exist as you know it. We aim to make this hiccup-free, enjoyable even."


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