Popular Manchester NH bakery closing after 30 years

Kathy West drove 90 minutes each way Thursday to pick up custard pita and fruited turnovers from Kay’s Bakery.

“We just discovered them last week,” said West, who lives in the Sullivan County town of Washington. “I just find a good thing, and it’s not going to be here anymore.”

West won’t be the only one disappointed that the Lake Avenue bakery is hanging up its rolling pin after 30 years.

Holding up a square of spinach pita he bought, Manchester resident Ron Auger said: “This was sometimes my breakfast here.”

July 14 will be the final day for people to pick up their Greek and French Canadian specialties.

“We’re tired,” said Regis Chagnon, who, with partner Kay Skilogianis, have operated the bakery since 1987. | More…

| New Hampshire.com

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