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Partners move out of their kitchens to open bakery

 

Sarah Aslam/Wrangell Sentinel

Sweet Tides co-owners Shawna Buness and Devyn Johnson will hang personalized name plaques above their baking nooks at Sweet Tides, which will open on Front Street on Thursday. They have been running the business out of their home kitchens since August.

Sweet Tides Bakery co-owners Shawna Buness and Devyn Johnson, who have been working together almost a year, will open their new shop Thursday, offering cakes, sourdough loaves and pastries, along with deli sandwiches featuring cheeses and meats smoked on-site and served on freshly baked bread.

The store also will carry its own sauces and aiolis.

A ribbon-cutting at 11:45 a.m. will precede the opening at noon Thursday. They plan to open for breakfast at 7 a.m. the next day.

The bakery is in the same building as Twisted Root Market on Front Street, with an entrance down the gravel alleyway o...



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