Bigger better Se7en Bites will soft-open Sept. 17


Last September, we told you Se7en Bites would be moving into an expanded space up the street, and now the Milk District bakery is all but set to do so.
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According to owner Trina Gregory-Propst, Se7en Bites' last day in the current space will be this Sunday (Aug. 28) after which they'll begin the process of moving everything into the new space (the old Sunshine School Fashions building next to Pho Hoa on 617 N. Primrose Drive).

Staff training will occur the second week of September with a soft opening slated for Saturday Sept. 17.

Gregory-Propst told us last year that patrons can expect to see breads, donuts, fritters, and bagels as well as everything Se7en Bites currently offers.

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