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We are thrilled to announce we will be opening a Brick and Mortar in the fall of 2018. (better late than never - to those who have been following our progress!) We have been working hard making our new space feel like home, the only thing missing was her name... welcome to the neighborhood 1748 Bakehouse, you're going to shine here
In the mean time you can find us weekly :
Saturdays 10-3 Riverside Arts Market 715 Riverside Drive
Wednesdays 4-7 Arts District Market 2670 Phyllis Street Hosted by Space 42 and Southern Roots (taking the summer off we'll be back in September)
Limited bakes available at Pura Bean Coffee King Street Location.
Check our social media for pop ups and other events.
1748 Bakehouse was born from the kitchens of (most recently Flour and Fig) My Grandmother's Pie and Provision Goods created by Allison and Kurt D’Aurizio. Allison has built a loyal following with her innovative baked goods. Everything from seasonal pies, savory galettes, hand pies, carmelita's all deliciousness in between . Allison has been featured in Jacksonville Magazine, EU Jacksonville , Void Weekly and contributor to Edible NE Florida. Kurt has been working in restaurants for most of his career and had the privilege of cooking at the James Beard House , as a previous Slow Food First Coast chapter leader had the honor of serving as a delegate to Terra Madre has won numerous awards for his work including two AAA four diamond awards. Food and Wine recently named Flour and Fig Bakehouse one of the reasons Jacksonville is cool.
1748 N Main Street Historic Springfield.