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Monday, December 5, 2011

Three Babes and Bacon Bacon Break Up Without Acrimony

Posted By on Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 10:30 AM

click to enlarge A Three Babes pie
  • A Three Babes pie

The best laid plans of people and pie do not always turn out. We've just heard from Three Babes Bakeshop that they've broken off their plan for co-habitation with Bacon Bacon in the old Ashbury Market Space.

As we had originally reported last week, Three Babes was going to open in the joint location today, but according to Three Babes co-babe Lenore, "We weren't able to reach an agreement with Bacon Bacon in order to finalize our moving in last week, so plans for a partnership are no longer on the table."

No hard feelings though, at least from the Babes side. According to their official statement, "We heart the Bacon Bacon team, and we wish them the best of luck in getting the new spot up and running. In the mean time, we hope that all of you will visit Bacon Bacon's truck for some delicious bacon-y treats."

The Babes will still be delivering pies on Fridays and will be selling them on Saturdays and Sundays at Stable Cafe. Holiday pies will be available for pickup at the Little Shipping Container outside of Stable Cafe.

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