Austin’s Texas French Bread Partially Reopens 10 Months After Bakery Destroyed In Fire

A family-owned bakery and bistro that has been a staple in Austin for more than 40 years can finally seat customers after a massive fire destroyed the building earlier this year. 

Texas French Bread announced on Wednesday, November 16, that the garden of the bakery is now open after 10 long months and “it’s looking beautiful.” The garden is open Tuesday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The company outfitted a trailer that is now open to sell coffee, tea and baked goods. Sack lunches and baked goods will be available to purchase starting at 10 a.m. Everything is first-come, first-serve until sellout, the bakery said in a social media post. 

Starting next week, Texas French Bread will start selling and shipping holiday cookie tins, tea breads, and branded merchandise. 

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