Amélie’s French Bakery & Cafe set to open new NoDa location
“While we will miss it, we are happy to stay in the NoDa neighborhood and be less than a mile from our flagship,” the outlet said.
CHARLOTTE, NC – Amélie’s French Bakery and Cafe is ready to reopen its new store next week.
Amélie’s original location on North Davidson Road in Charlotte’s NoDa neighborhood will serve its last croissant on Friday, April 22 at 10 p.m.
Amélie CEO and co-founder Frank Reed told WCNC Charlotte that change can be a good thing.
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“It’s an emotional time for us, filled with excitement and many wonderful memories at 2424 N. Davidson,” Reed said. “While we will miss it, we are happy to stay in the NoDa neighborhood and be less than a mile from our flagship. We are grateful for this opportunity to turn over a new leaf and give our regulars something new to look forward to.”
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The cafe’s new location, located at 136 E. 36 St., has large windows throughout so people can peek into the bakery. The new store also features a 24-foot-wide Eiffel Tower replica art installation with a private patio. Although the location is different, Reed said customers can still expect Amelie’s traditional menu.
The grand opening is Thursday, April 28 at 7 a.m.
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For more information on Amélie’s and all their bakeries, visit their website.
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