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Grandaisy Bakery - W72 & Brdwy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

nativeNYer | Sep 17, 200711:38 AM     2

That's right, kids. There's a Grandaisy Bakery sign on the former Creamlita location next door from Gray's Papaya. I stood there with my mouth open looking stupid for about 3 minutes until I composed myself. I actually thought I was dreaming.

For those of you fellow Westsiders who have chatted with me about Sullivan St. Bakery/Grandaisy over the past year, this is a very special day for us. Yup, yup, yup.
No more shlepping down to 11 Ave and W47 in the freezing cold nor down to the Village JUST FOR BREAD!!!

I'm just dancing in my seat over here. Now watch someone come around and tell me that it's not Grandaisy... that the real Grandaisy has a hyphen... or that they aren't planning to sell pizza bianca or the sesame loaf... just coffee with a blueberry muffin.

Between this and rumors of Magnolia opening on Columbus near W70, we're gonna be okay up here. THe neglected UWSers are gonna be okay.

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