A real sweet treat has just opened at Emory Village
If you’ve ever visited Chattahoochee Food Works, the incredible food hall that opened up in Atlanta last year, then you’ve probably tried out Baker Dude. If you haven’t or were only tempted, then we’ve got some excellent news for you. As there’s a brand new location that just opened in the ATL, and it promises the same deliciousness that can be found at Chattahoochee.
Orran Booher, Founder of Baker Dude, known for his sweets and savory items, has just open his third location–and first dine-in spot–at Emory Village.
The 1,800 square foot space is a combination brunch-erie, casual lunch spot combined with a to-go marketplace. The counter-service shop is a welcome addition to the local community, with already a dedicated fan base scattered across the city, due to Baker Dude’s first two locations at The Beacon and the incredibly popular stall at Chattahoochee.
Booher said, “My team and I are thrilled to open our third location in the Emory Village community. We are particularly excited to offer in-cafe dining so our guests can delight in the whole Baker Dude Experience.”
In his new shop, Booher has created the endearing feel of a French cafe in the early morning, complete with fresh baked French-inspired selections such as quiche, croissants, and other pastries accompanied by a French playlist. The outdoor patio has ten cozy seats for sipping on Cafe Campesino, a local, organic, fair-trade coffee from Americus, GA — pairs perfectly with his sweet and savory menu items listed here.
Freestanding coolers will be stocked with to-go items, including a variety of deli meats and cheeses. Guests can purchase them to take home or ask Baker Dude to create a charcuterie board with their purchases. There will even be a rotating selection of sandwiches available at the new bakery, making it the perfect spot for some brunch.
You can find the new Baker Dude location at 1565 N. Decatur Rd, Emory Village, 30307. For more information on the company and all their locations, visit their website.