New Yorkers don't like change. We like our traditions, our routines, we like what we like. Occasionally, however, change is a good thing. Especially when one of our favorite stores moves to a more convenient location. That's a change we encourage.

One of the Capital Region's, maybe even New York's, best bakeries is moving across the street from their current location and setting up shop inside Colonie Center.

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The Bread Butler in Colonie is one of the finest bakeries in the Capital Region. I became aware of the a couple of years ago near the holidays. They have one of the most unique items you will ever see, Turkey Bread! It's a loaf of bread in the shape of a turkey! Since that day we have been hooked!

The bakers at Bread Butler have been practicing their craft at 1500 Central Avenue in Colonie. Now it appears that there will be a new location for your favorite Rye, Carla, croissants and more.

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According to a post on the Bread Butler Facebook page, shop owner Andreas Mergner suggests the new location, across from Five Guys, is almost done.

The new space at Colonie Center (across from Five Guys/under food court) is almost done! We have our second final inspection on Friday (11/17) which we are confident we will pass. We will then open up our website for orders for Thanksgiving week, so look for an email on Friday.

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