Industry News | June 16, 2016

Corner Bakery Opens New Stores in Pacific Northwest

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Corner Bakery Café recently opened restaurants in three new states in the Northwest, including Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The brand will continue to build out this area of the country through agreements with multiunit franchisees.

The new restaurant debuts include:

  • Corner Bakery, opened in Montana June 6 in Bozeman. The cafe is operated by restaurant and franchise veterans David Moorhead and Brian Anderson of Anderson Management Group, which also operates seven local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants.
  • Washington State’s first Corner Bakery, opened May 2 south of Seattle in Tukwila. It’s owned and operated by Northwest Corner LLC. The group plans to open a total of 16 Corner Bakery Cafe locations throughout Washington with two scheduled to open this summer in Silverdale and Issaquah.
  • The first Corner Bakery, in Oregon opened February 29 in The Streets of Tanasbourne in Hillsboro. The cafe is owned and operated by experienced restaurant and franchise group NW Ventures, with plans to open a total of 12 locations throughout Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, with the second Portland-area restaurant opening later this year in Bridgeport Village Shopping Center in Tigard.

“We are fortunate to have such strong operators expanding the Corner Bakery brand in the Northwest and look forward to providing fresh, customizable options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner all at a great value to our guests,” says Corner Bakery CEO Frank Paci.

Corner Bakery serves made-to-order food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The seasonal, innovative menu ranges from hot breakfast and grilled panini to handcrafted salads, signature sandwiches, sweets, and more. Corner Bakery is also recognized for its unsurpassed catering experience delivering signature, made-to-order breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for any occasion.

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