Why the bakery in Boston’s first bakery is a bakery that is better than a pizza

The bakeries first location, a brick and mortar shop, was opening in May of 2017 in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, but the bakery wasn’t going to survive long enough to see its first customers.

The bakery has since expanded to four other locations in the area and the Boston-based company, Nature’s Bakery, is the first brick-and-mortar bakery in the city.

It opened its first store in the heart of Boston’s West Roxborough neighborhood in June of 2018, and it’s been a constant fixture on the West End since then.

We caught up with the baker to find out why.

What made you decide to open a bakery?

We started off as a little business in June, in an apartment in Boston, and by June of 2020 we were able to buy the space and build the shop.

Our goal was to create a shop that would serve a whole different demographic.

The way we serve our customers is by serving up a whole variety of things from baked goods to ice cream.

We want to serve people from a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, and lifestyles, which is a challenge for any business.

Why is it important to open up the shop to people who aren’t normally interested in the bakery?

A lot of times people are intimidated by the bakery itself and are scared to walk into a bakery because of the stereotype of being a bakery customer.

That’s why we want to open the shop up to people, so they can discover the bakery that they love.

How do you plan on adding to your customers base over the next few years?

We are really focusing on adding people to our mix as we get more customers and we want them to have the experience of a regular customer, which includes a great tasting baked goods experience.

We’re really proud of the bakery, but we want people to come back and see more of the store and our brand as well.

Where can you buy your baked goods?

We do have a variety of items on the menu, from cookies and muffins to fresh fruit and vegetables.

We do offer a wide array of different desserts, from traditional to specialty and fresh.

We also have a lot of specialty items, like cookies, cupcakes, croissants, and cakes.

What are your favorite things about baking?

I think we try to focus on the whole experience.

It’s about sharing, and the bakery is the best place to do that.

It really brings out the best in people.

How did you find the space in Boston?

We bought the space for $2.5 million in May 2020 and we were fortunate enough to have a couple years of space, and we wanted to put everything together in one building.

It has been really well received by the neighborhood, the community, and our friends and family.

We are very proud of what we have done and what we’ve accomplished.

What have you learned about Boston from your time there?

We definitely had a lot to learn, but at the same time, we were excited to be able to share that with the people in the neighborhood.

The people have always been a part of our community.

Our community is a vibrant place, and so is our bakery.

We would love to bring our bakery to other locations.

It would be a fun addition to our community and a great addition to the Westend, as well as Boston itself.

What would you like to see happen with the bakery over the years?

I would love for the bakery to become more of a neighborhood fixture.

I think the bakery could serve as a hub for a neighborhood bakery, and maybe even for a community bakery.

We would love people to have fun with it, and I would also love for it to become a hub of food and dining.

What do you think makes a good bakery?

It’s a mix of things.

It needs to be accessible, and people should have a chance to have their cake and eat it too.

It is about creating something that is good for everyone.

We definitely have to be selective with what we do, and how we serve food.