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Magnolia Bakery Opens its First Indian Store in Bangalore

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Ever since Carrie shared her boy troubles with Miranda while eating a pastel pink buttercream cupcake, Magnolia Bakery has been popular for its freshly baked desserts, including cupcakes, cakes, pies, cheese cakes, ice box desert, cookies and its signature banana pudding. Now, finally, Sex and the City fans in the subcontinent can get a taste of the iconic bakery.

Since it first opened its doors on Bleecker Street in NYC’s West Village in 1996, the brand has been delighting patrons with its warm, inviting décor, baked-from-scratch desserts and beautifully decorated cakes and cupcakes. Today, Magnolia Bakery has corporately-owned locations in New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles in the United States and franchise locations in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Amman, Doha and Manila internationally.

“We are so excited to be opening the very first Magnolia Bakery in India in Bangalore. Now, we are able to bring the same wide variety of classic American desserts featured at Magnolia Bakery’s iconic shops in NYC to fans in India,” says Zonu Reddy, Partner at Spago Foods, Magnolia Bakery Franchisee.

Located in the hub of the ever bustling 12th main in Indirangar, Magnolia Bakery recreates the charming vintage atmosphere, outstanding customer service and unique sensory experience for which Magnolia Bakery is known worldwide.

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Talking further about the opening of Magnolia Bakery in India, partner at Spago Foods, Nischay Jayeshankar says “Bangalore proved to be a perfect fit for opening our first outlet, the city has a very well-travelled customer base, expats and a massive IT crowd that has experienced international food brands like Magnolia Bakery. We have worked very closely with the team from NY to ensure that we bring the same quality of scrumptious goodies to the Indian market. “

“We are excited to be bringing Magnolia Bakery’s iconic bakery experience to Bangalore,” said Steve Abrams, CEO, Magnolia Bakery. “With our newest location, we are committed to sharing the same NYC experience with guests in India, making freshly baked desserts by hand in small batches, the live theater of icing cakes and cupcakes and warm, inviting customer service. We look forward to celebrating life’s sweetest moments with patrons from around the country.”

We couldn’t help but wonder if the bakery would live up to the hype, but after a sneak peek tasting, we can assure you that a Sex and the City cameo certainly isn’t the only reason for it’s fame. Magnolia Bakery is opening its first Indian store in Bangalore on the 7th of November 2019, so go and ‘Gram that perfect buttercream swirl.

Christina George

Compulsive junk food eater, football watcher, and book reader. Hate the unicorn trend, love laughing at my own jokes; also, sometimes I write about food.

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