St. Lawrence Bakery, Cincinnati staple of 120 years, closes its doorways

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The St. Lawrence Bakery, Cincinnati for 120 years, is closing its doors

Updated: 11:54 PM EDT August 2, 2021

The St. Lawrence Bakery, a staple in Cincinnati for 120 years, is closing its doors. The popular bakery first opened in 1901 and is located on the 3700 block of Saint Lawrence Avenue in East Price Hill. “Due to electricity problems at the landlord, we were forced to close our doors,” said the sign. “We thank our customers for their loyalty, friendship and for keeping us in business for 120 years.” Calls to the bakery went unanswered on Monday and the owners gave no information about the sudden closure. The family-owned, old-fashioned bakery was popular with generations of West Siders and known for everything from cookies, jelly rolls, donuts, coffee cakes, and breads.

The St. Lawrence Bakery, a staple in Cincinnati for 120 years, is closing its doors.

The popular bakery first opened in 1901 and is located on the 3700 block of Saint Lawrence Avenue in East Price Hill.

“Due to electricity problems at the landlord, we were forced to close our doors,” said the sign. “We thank our customers for their loyalty, friendship and for keeping us in business for 120 years.”

Calls to the bakery went unanswered on Monday and the owners did not respond to the sudden closure.

The family-owned, old-fashioned bakery was popular with generations of West Siders and known for everything from cookies, jelly rolls, donuts, coffee cakes, and breads.