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Whisk and Bowl closes East End Market shop

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Photo courtesy of Whisk and Bowl

 

Whisk and Bowl, a small market for professional and home bakers in East End Market [Gmap], has closed.

The shop focused on selling hard to find baking and pastry supplies and was originally intended to be online only.

The husband of Karen Manfredi, the shop owner, accepted a job transfer out of state so they will be taking their Whisk and Bowl concept with them.

East End Market staff is currently looking for a new business/concept that will fit in with their vision and existing vendors. People interested in the space are asked to fill out an application HERE detailing their concept.

East End Market has stated that until the right vendor is secured, the space will most likely be used to host a “rotating cadre of pop-up shops”.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Shocker! I walked in there once, and the person working there didn’t say one word to me. No greeting, no nothing. She just sat and stared at me until I was so uncomfortable I left. If you are going to treat customers like that then don’t expect to stay in business.

  2. Ok, for everyone panicking without reading the story – Karen’s husband was transferred to North Carolina. They are selling the house and everything.

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10896977_753970524699287_6668283980647668399_n
Photo courtesy of Whisk and Bowl

 

Whisk and Bowl, a small market for professional and home bakers in East End Market [Gmap], has closed.

The shop focused on selling hard to find baking and pastry supplies and was originally intended to be online only.

The husband of Karen Manfredi, the shop owner, accepted a job transfer out of state so they will be taking their Whisk and Bowl concept with them.

East End Market staff is currently looking for a new business/concept that will fit in with their vision and existing vendors. People interested in the space are asked to fill out an application HERE detailing their concept.

East End Market has stated that until the right vendor is secured, the space will most likely be used to host a “rotating cadre of pop-up shops”.