M Street is a small bakery in the heart of the New York City borough of Brooklyn, just off the Brooklyn Bridge.
Its menu is filled with comfort food items such as French bread with roasted pork and chicken, and sandwiches, with salads and sandwiches on the side.
“Our goal is to create a family-oriented environment where everyone feels welcome,” said co-owner David Schmidts.
“Our mission is to make everyone feel good about themselves, so that they can feel like their best self, their most confident self, and their most self-confident self.”
M Street’s owner and CEO, Matthew Schmidting, says he and his family were surprised by how quickly things went well with the public.
The restaurant received its first round of positive press when a video of the bakery was published on social media, which went viral.
But that wasn’t the first time things went badly for the family.
In September, a restaurant employee in the neighborhood was arrested on charges of assaulting a man in the parking lot of the restaurant, a charge Schmidters says he will not face.
The man had told police that the employee was a racist, SchmidTS said.
The family had been contacted by the police department and the NYPD.
The NYPD declined to comment.
Schmidts says he is glad to have the NYPD on board, but he also hopes to see a change in the way police interact with people of color.
One of the things that we’re trying to do is make sure that the police officers that are patrolling our neighborhoods and the people that are working with us, that we don’t see any bias,” he said.
“It means that they see people in the community and want to give them the respect they deserve. “
The fact that they’re so inclusive and welcoming is really important to me,” de Blasio said.
“It means that they see people in the community and want to give them the respect they deserve.
We’re looking at all the work that they do to be more inclusive and welcome.
And I think that’s really important.”
M Street’s bakery is located at 14-16 St. Nicholas Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.
The company was founded in 2015 by Schmidt and his wife, Michelle.
The bakery opened in March, and the first two locations opened this month.