This Week's Dish: Relocated McArthurs' Bakery Opens in Kirkwood

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Local favorite McArthur’s Bakery & Cafe opened its relocated downtown Kirkwood location last week. From birthday cakes for country music stars like Luke Bryan and a wedding cake recently seen on The Knot, it was not surprising to see the nearly 60-year-old bakery look to expand.

Photo courtesy of McArthur's Bakery & Cafe

Photo courtesy of McArthur’s Bakery & Cafe

Under new ownership as of late 2014—with general manager Randy McArthur still a part of the business—the popular storefront on N. Kirkwood Road moved just across the street to the former Amici’s spot. The expanded space not only provides extra seating, but comes with a new party cake ordering center as well as the ability to have a private wedding-designer cake consultation. In addition to the wide variety of baked treats available, the cafe offers a variety of breakfast items, deli sandwiches and more at all three of its locations. With last week being a soft-opening for the relocation, the bakery plans to celebrate with a grand opening Sept. 11-12. 113 North Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood, 314.894.0900

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