The popular bakery will offer fan favorites every Friday inside of Quench Beer and Wine.
Possibly responding to the fan outcry that arose after Upper Crust Bakery announced it would no longer operate its Colesville retail location, some of the bakery's goods are now available once a week at Quench Beer and Wine. "We will have a large selection of breads, tea/pound cakes, rugelach and cookies! Everything will be pre-bagged in plastic and some breads will be pre-sliced," reads a Facebook post from Upper Crust. The Upper Crust stand within Quench will be set up every Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to the bakery's Facebook page. Only cash will be accepted.
The bakery's parent company wants to focus on baking bread for grocery stores and restaurants.
After 17 years of freshly baked breads, pastries and sweets, Upper Crust Bakery announced this week it will close its Colesville retail store. Crest Hill Bakery, the store's parent company, wants to focus on baking bread for wholesale customers, said Diane Hayes, the manager at Upper Crust. The store's last day open will be Jan. 10, 2013, Hayes said. Currently, Crest Hill distributes breads locally to Whole Foods, Giant, Harris Teeter and Roots Market, a speciality store in Olney and Clarksville. Some breads also are available at farmers' markets and seasonal markets around Washington, DC and Montgomery County. (See a full list below.) The cupcakes, cookies and other non-bread items that some customers have come to love will be harder to…