French Bakery Bids San Francisco a Fond Adieu

Tuesday, Sep 28, 2010  |  Updated 12:45 PM PDT
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Do you remember when the streets of the Upper Fillmore were a scary place to be? The owners of Patisserie Delanghe do.

That's how long they have been operating their bakery at the corner of Bush and Fillmore streets in San Francisco. But after 25 years of getting up at the crack of dawn everyday, Dominique and Marie-Jeanne Delangh are calling it quits, according to Inside Scoop.

The couple will close their French bakery, known for its cakes made from scratch and its little pastries, on Thursday. The couple tells Inside Scoop that at age 60 they are riding off into the sunset.

But there is a silver lining hidden behind that sunset for neighborhood bakery lovers. The corner will remain a bakery.

The location has been sold to a baking teacher at the California Culinary Academy, who plans o rename the Fillmore Bake Shop.

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