Elm Street Bakery has just announced a $50 million plan to expand its product range.
The bakery will be located at 1820 Westheimer, in the heart of downtown Dallas, and will focus on the traditional American bakery experience, with fresh, seasonal ingredients, a focus on family fun and lots of local craft beer.
According to the announcement, this expansion will bring its product offerings to a larger number of locations, and includes a larger bakery, a craft beer bar, and a wine shop.
This will be the first expansion in the company’s history, according to its blog post.
The company plans to open in early 2019, with a goal of opening a bakery by 2022.
Elm’s Street Bakhouse will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and will be available for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
The restaurant will also be open for dinner.
The announcement also said that the new bakery will also focus on its “local beer scene.”
The company will open a brew pub called Elvita on Westheimer in the spring of 2019.
The new restaurant will be a joint venture between the bakery and Elvitas Brew Pub, which is located on the same block as the Elvias.
Elvitaras owners Matt and Michelle Kranz are former owners of Elvito’s Bakery, and have since opened the new Elvies Bakery.
Elmal Street Bakareg is a company owned by Matt Kranzer, and Michelle is the general manager.
The Elmal’s Street bakery is also located on a new, four-block stretch of Westheimer that will eventually become part of a larger redevelopment project that will include a Whole Foods Market, and retail space for local retailers.
The expansion is also expected to bring a new Elmal Park Market to the area.
This expansion will also help the company gain more visibility for its existing locations.
Elmal Street bakery plans to add more outlets to the Elm street chain of stores in Dallas.
The chain is a mix of traditional and upscale food and beverage offerings, which include food trucks, artisan cheese, and artisan breads.
It is the second location to open on the Westheimer corridor, and is currently a part of the larger Dallas Market and CityPlace complex.