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Downtown Fort Worth’s Corner Bakery returns with a remodel

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Corner Bakery resumed serving its kitchen-crafted fare in Downtown Fort Worth when it reopened with a fresh new look on Monday, Nov. 18.

The cafe, located at 615 Main St. in Sundance Square, recently closed for a remodel. To celebrate its grand re-opening, the first 100 guests starting at 6 a.m. on Nov. 18 received a free coffee and commemorative tumbler. The popular neighborhood bakery cafe will also be raffling away one $100 gift card each week to its guests for the first five weeks of its return.

The remodel provides a completely upgraded experience for guests, who can make themselves at home throughout the cafe while waiting for their made-to-order food to be delivered fresh to their table, according to Corner Bakery. The cafe also offers online ordering and a convenient Goodness To Go pickup station, which allows guests who are short on time to stop in quickly and skip the line. Delivery to select areas is available through Corner Bakery’s website.

“We are excited to unveil our newly remodeled cafe in Sundance Square,” said Donna Josephson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Corner Bakery. “Corner Bakery has had the incredible opportunity to brighten the day of guests in the Fort Worth community for years, and our upgrades were made to enhance their experience. We look forward to showing off all of the improvements in addition to celebrating with everyone in the area.”

The cafe will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.


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