Thursday, February 21, 2013
Pikesville Patch Facebook fans say the following bakeries are their favorite places to buy the traditional pastry popular for the Jewish holiday of Purim.
With Purim coming up at sundown Feb. 23, we were wondering what readers think is the best place to buy Hamantaschen? Those are the filled, triangular pastries found at grocery stores and bakeries as the holiday approaches. Vote for your favorite place in the poll. The stores included were suggested by Pikesville Patch's Facebook fans. Like Pikesville Patch on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. To get Pikesville news in your email box each morning, sign up for our newsletter.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Coffee with T closed its doors at the location last month.
Stevenson Village is getting a new tenant: Stone Mill Bakery. On Friday, renovations were ongoing at the former site of Coffee with T, which closed its doors last month. The new cafe and bakery will "open soon," at The Shops at Stevenson Village, 10415 Stevenson Rd., according to its website. Stone Mill Bakery already has a location at 10751 Falls Road in Lutherville. The bakery was founded more than 20 years ago as a wholesale bakery. These days, it's also a cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, according to the website. It also caters. Will you visit Stone Mill Bakery in Stevenson? Which bakery cafe do you prefer or recommend? Tell us in the comments.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
With Baltimore County money scarce, councilwoman urges businesses to be creative in recruiting new ventures, volunteering.
Businesses are keeping Pikesville vital during tough economic times by recruiting other businesses, Councilwoman Vicki Almond said Tuesday during the Pikeville Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Linwoods. "People who are established in the area are helping others come into the area, and that's what we need," she said. The health of the communities along Reisterstown Road, including Pikesville, is "inarguably linked to the successes and failures of the businesses along Reisterstown Road." Although there are still empty storefronts in Pikesville, the fact that the community is bringing in new business is positive, she said. She noted some recent recruitment successes, including Ann Taylor Loft, the Wine Loft and Corner Bakery Cafe, which have …
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Chamber: Ann Taylor Loft, Wine and Other Stores Coming to Pikesville
The talk of the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce these days is the arrival of three new businesses at The Festival at Woodholme, including Ann Taylor Loft, set to make its home next to Trader Joe's. The Wine Loft will also be moving into the shopping center, said Jessica Normington, executive director for the chamber. Chicken Out left The Festival this summer, but a replacement could be in the works soon, Normington said. Corner Bakery Cafe, a Chicago-based chain, could be moving into that space. One Pikesville business recently moved from downtown to the shopping center: Couture Moda. Downtown, Dougie's Bar-B-Que, a kosher restaurant and sports bar chain, is coming into The Pikesville Plaza building at the corner of Slade and Reisterstown …