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Brookline's Tatte Is Closed for Renovations

Prepare for a whole new Tatte in two months.

Tatte in Brookline
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A local bakery is temporarily closed for renovations. Tatte Bakery & Cafe's Brookline location at 1003 Beacon St. will be out of commission for the next two months as the store undergoes extensive interior changes.

The bakery posted about the news on its website, with a note to the store's customers.

"Thank you for the massive love, support and hugs you gave us in the past 8 years. We feel blessed and honored every day by your love. I could never have done it without you, your belief in me and your support and for that I am forever thankful," the note read.

Tatte got its start in 2007 when its founder Tzurit Or, a self-trained pastry chef, began selling pastries to local farmers markets. She grew up in Israel baking with her family and has since created recipes inspired by her roots to share with customers across five Tatte locations in Greater Boston.

Brookline was the first brick-and-mortar location, and the ground-up renovations will completely rework and expand the space. The other locations remain open.

The redone store will have: "more space, more seats, {customers restrooms!!} shorter lines, faster service, more food, pastries and more of Tatte".

Tatte will post progress updates on its website over the next two months.

Tatte Bakery & Cafe (Brookline)

1003 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 577-1111 Visit Website

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