Lyndell's Bakery In Somerville Continues 135-Year-Old Business In New Venue

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SOMERVILLE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Dedicated customers at Lyndell's Bakery in Somerville do not need to fear an end to their tasty bread and pastries, despite the bakery's building being demolished soon.

Lyndell's Bakery said they are celebrating 135 years in business, but bidding farewell to their original building.

The bakery said that their landlord has filed for a demolition permit to tear down the building, and replace it with a new mixed use building featuring retail and residential units. Lyndell's said they will be moving into new retail space, and that are temporarily relocating while construction is under way.

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Lyndell's owner, Bill Galatis said that the bakery will be open for good and continue to offer their products without interruption in their new location in Ball Square. Galatis said that Lyndell's is the oldest from-scratch bakery in New England.

"Take a deep breath," Galatis said to worried customers, "we're looking forward to creating a more contemporary retro look."

WBZ's Matt Shearer (@MattWBZ) reports.

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