The first Brooklyn location for pastry purveyor Amy’s Bread opened this week in Brooklyn Heights.
Located at 311 Henry Street, just around the corner from Atlantic Avenue and across the street from antique store Holler & Squall, Amy’s opened for business on Tuesday.
They offer bread, pastries, sandwiches and coffee. Founded in 1992 in Hell’s Kitchen by baker Amy Scherber, Amy’s Bread has seven other locations, all in Manhattan.
The spot was previously home to bakery and cafe Tazza.
[Photos by Susan De Vries]
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