Levain Bakery Makes Delicious Debut In Boston’s Back Bay

Photo: Courtesy of Nichole Russo / Levain Bakery

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) – A line wrapped around Newbury Street and onto Boylston Street Saturday morning for the grand opening of Levain Bakery’s new location.

Located at 180 Newbury Street, the new location will serve the Levain’s signature cookie flavors including chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate peanut butter chip and oatmeal raisin. All products are baked fresh in-house every day and there are even gluten-free options.

There is also an exclusive item only available at the Newbury location which is the cranberry oatmeal scone. Levain will also serve coffee and espresso drinks from a local roastery called Fazenda.

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"Having lived in Boston for a couple of years, I had fallen in love with its charm, energy and of course the great food,” said Connie McDonald who co-founded the bakery along with her friend Pam Weekes. “We're overjoyed that we're finally able to bring our treats to Boston and share our cookies with this incredible city."

Guests will also be able to enjoy Levain’s signature layout and when it comes time for warmer weather, there will be outdoor patio seating available right in front of the bakery.

The proceeds from opening day will be donated to Women’s Lunch Place – a local charity and day shelter that supports the developments of self-sustaining skills for women experiencing hunger, homelessness and poverty. Levain will also donate any leftover goods to nearby food banks and organizations.

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