Friday, July 27, 2012

The New Colonial Bakery, Hudson Street, The Burg.



The New Colonial Bakery, Hudson Street, The Burg.
Once upon a time this was The New Colonial Bakery. The
sign still says it is but it was purchased by Italian
People's Bakery years ago.
For the purposes of this blog its really cool they left
the exterior as it was:)

5 comments:

RALPH LUCARELLA said...

THE NEW COLONIAL BAKERY WAS EVERFYONE'S CHOICE WHEN IT CAME TO ITALIAN BREAD. OUR NEIGHBOR ON BERT AVE. MARGERET GIOVANNETTI MARRIED THE OWNER AND THEY LIVED IN THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR TO THE BAKERY. REGARDS.

RALPH LUCARELLA said...

THE NEW COLONIAL BAKERY WAS EVERFYONE'S CHOICE WHEN IT CAME TO ITALIAN BREAD. OUR NEIGHBOR ON BERT AVE. MARGERET GIOVANNETTI MARRIED THE OWNER AND THEY LIVED IN THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR TO THE BAKERY. REGARDS.

Mack said...

Hi Ralph:)

My mouth waters even thinking about how tasty New Colonial rolls were :))

Joe Fabiano said...

The New Colonial Bakery had a credit account with my Father's gas station...Fabian's Gulf around the corner on Swan and Whittaker. Nick, Ace Capasso and the rest of the drivers would fill up and leave a couple dozen hot rolls, my father Charlie Fabiano always had a stick of butter in the little fridge just for the bread from NC

Anonymous said...

I worked here for two months back in 1979 packing rolls. We would put the rolls for markets in plastic bags, and the one's for restaurants in paper bags. We had a good time.

I had just come back from Wyoming and at 16 I already had my drivers license. For some special deliveries they would send me out in an old green delivery truck. The funny thing was, you had to stand up to drive it.
Carl Le Jambre