On September 14, 2016

Big Eyes Bakery relocates to Main Street, Ludlow

LUDLOW—Big Eyes Bakery has relocated to 126 Main Street in downtown Ludlow. Situated immediately behind Engel and Volker’s Real Estate Office, the new space is accessible on foot, and there is plenty of parking on or off the street. The bakery now offers seating, and an expanded coffee bar serving Mountain Grove Coffee, a family roaster located in White River Junction.
Big Eyes Bakery was established by Brigid Faenza in 2001, after her retirement from the NYPD. In the years that followed,  Brigid Faenza her husband Paul and their children Alice and Mary moved to Vermont.
In October 2014 the couple opened a retail shop in Ludlow, and developed a clientele of customers who enjoy Brigid’s hand crafted Cabot butter crusts which are used in all their pies and quiche; their ethnic breads including Irish Soda Bread. Other favorites include Cheesecake Bites, Cannoli and more.  Of course they make special occasion cakes including Guinness Chocolate Cake, Carrot Cake, and a family favorite Prince of Wales cake.
Big Eyes Bakery is open six days a week, closed Mondays. For more information visit www.bigeyesbakery.com.

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