Boston, Massachusetts 2021-10-21 22:54:45 –
By Ginger DeShaney
Early Wednesday morning, 60 Old Colony Ave. There was a line at Tatte Bakery & Cafe in Tokyo, and it officially opened at 8 am.
By 10 am, people were standing at tables and counters with laptops, working, consuming Shakshouka orders, and making coffee makers lively.
“I’m very excited to be here,” said founder Turit Or, who greeted a customer who offered congratulations and hugs on the opening day of the Saudi location.
“It’s great. I could feel the expectations of the neighborhood,” he said, and many questions were asked about when the bakery opened.
Tatte is a national development anchor for the Cole Hershey Complex in the 60 Old Colony. The 30,000-square-foot South Boston Tatte site is an open production area (where you can see the bakery’s skillful hands) serving everywhere in Massachusetts, bakeries and cafes, bakeries, bakeries. There is a kitchen for you. Separate kitchen for cooking and bakery classes.
“We want to allow guests to participate in production,” says Tzurit. “It is important for us to allow people to enter our world.”
The world includes great pastries, pies, breads, breakfast sandwiches and hashes, tartines, lunch sandwiches, plates and bowls, soups, salads, and a variety of coffee and espresso.
Tatte boasts beautiful decorations, tables, bars, comfortable seating at the counter, Wi-Fi and more.
“We want to be a part of people’s daily lives and where they can work, hang out and make friends,” said Turit, who employs more than 150 people on the site. Many have lived in South Boston.
The bakery is open daily from 8am to 4pm, so she said it would be part of the community … a place for comfort and joy.
Tzurit has approximately 20 Tatte locations in Massachusetts and Washington, DC. The goal of each of her is to create a place where people can feel at home, welcomed and belonged. And they do.
Most of her customers are regulars.
Jacob Hayes believes he will be one of those regulars. He lives in the Polish triangle and said he stops by frequently. “That’s good. I like it,” he said after a big tatte breakfast.
Amanda Neil, who worked at Tatte in Washington, DC, stopped by at the opening. “It’s beautiful,” she said of the bakery. “It’s cozy and homely.”
“Come and be part of our baking world … we call it our wonderland,” Turit said.
“We love people coming down and hanging out,” added manager JP Hughes. “That’s everything.”
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