LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - After more than six decades, O'Rears Pastry Shop will leave its location on 9th Street in Lafayette.
The bakery is known for its wide variety of baked goods.
Owner Greg Lintner said the bakery is moving to get more seating and parking space.
Greg and his wife Judy plan to turn the new location into a sit down restaurant bakery. It will offer lunch while continuing to sell baked goods.
Lintner said the new location is planned to go near the intersection of State Road 26 and Creasy Lane or along US-52 on the city's south side.
"The nice thing about where we're going to be; we'll have a lot more parking, a lot easier access in and out,” said Lintner.
Lintner hopes to have the new store running before the holiday season.
"With all the cookies and cakes and everything that we do, it's just different as night and day. It's very very busy,” said Lintner.
The 9th Street location will remain open through the end of November.
Fuel Coffee Shop will move into the location next year.
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