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Carlo’s Bakery Opens Second Location in Atlanta

Carlo’s Bakery celebrated the grand opening of the famous bakery’s second Atlanta-based kiosk at Cumberland Mall, in Atlanta, Georgia. Following an opening in April of 2017 to a crowd of fans at the Perimeter Mall in Atlanta, this will be the twentieth location for the famous brand most known as the setting of the hit TLC series, Cake Boss.

Spanning just 300 square foot, the mini-Carlo’s Bakery kiosk concepts offers guests a taste of the brand’s signature desserts including the cannoli, lobster tail, cupcakes and more. The notable brand’s kiosk will act as a one-stop shop to satisfy a sweet tooth with high quality favorites baked fresh daily on premises.

“I feel like pinching myself every time we’re going to open a new Carlo’s Bakery,” admits Buddy Valastro. “As a famiglia, we sit down, we make these plans for the company, and then we’re really accomplishing all of the goals we set for ourselves. I shouldn’t be surprised when it’s happening but I always am. To have the opportunity to create another sweet outpost for people to get one of our amazing cakes for their kid’s birthday, or some cannoli for the whole office, whatever – that’s all really awesome to me. Sharing the recipes of my famiglia with yours is what this is all about.”

Established in 1910, Carlo’s Bakery was catapulted from a Hoboken, NJ-based neighborhood bakery to a household name through the public’s fascination with the over-the-top cakes produced by master baker Buddy Valastro and success of TLC’s hit series, Cake Boss, and subsequent spinoff Next Great Baker. Garnering attention from a variety of media outlets including Brides, Rachael Ray Show, Huffington Post and Good Morning America. Carlo’s Bakery has existing locations in Hoboken, Marlton, Morristown, Red Bank, Ridgewood, Wayne, and Westfield, NJ; Las Vegas, NV; Dallas, Frisco, and, The Woodlands, TX; Uncasville, CT; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Bethlehem, and Philadelphia, PA; New York, and Westbury, NY; and, São Paulo, Brazil.

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