Goodies2Go: Kretchmar’s Bakery Hits the Road
Beaver County's favorite bakery, Kretchmar’s Bakery, is taking its delectable treats on the road with its new venture, Goodies2Go. Responding to customer demands for more locations, Lincoln Kretchmar, the bakery's president, unveiled the Goodies2Go food truck. Here's what you can expect:
- Bavarian Crème Donuts
- Toast Almond Tortes
- Maple Nut Danish
- Cut-out Cookies
- Gourmet Chocolate Chunk Cookies
- Lady Locks
- Hot Gourmet Coffee
- Cold Brew Coffee
- Other Beverages
Soft Launch: The truck had a successful test run at Ambridge Do it Best Home Center and plans another soft opening in February.
Official Launch: Scheduled for April, the truck will make regular stops across Beaver County.
Operational Hours: Likely from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.
Special Requests: While not part of the initial plan, inquiries for event bookings or pickup orders are welcomed.
For updates and locations, visit the Goodies2Go website or their social media pages.
Leon’s Caribbean Restaurant: A Resurgence in Hopewell
Thanks to overwhelming community support, Leon’s Caribbean Restaurant in the Hopewell Shopping Plaza has seen a remarkable turnaround. A heartfelt plea from owner Leon Rose sparked a surge in patronage, transforming the once-empty restaurant into a bustling hotspot. Here's what's cooking:
Menu Delights: From rasta pasta to jerk chicken, patrons savor authentic Caribbean cuisine.
Customer Engagement: Rose acknowledges longer wait times due to increased demand and staffing adjustments.
Community Spirit: Beaver County residents rallied behind the restaurant, demonstrating their unwavering support.
In less fortunate news, Build-a-Burger at the Beaver Valley Mall faces temporary closure due to roof leaks. Owner Matthew Weekley awaits mall management's response for repairs.
For more updates on the food scene, stay tuned!