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Consider a local bakery for your pastries and cakes.

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For nearly 100 years, Portland institution Helen Bernhard Bakery has been creating delicious baked goods out of their converted home storefront. In 1924 Ben Bernhard was a minister and Helen opened her shop selling cakes to local neighbors. Through time, the bakery has been passed down through families and expanded both the building and the menu.

Today, under ownership of Mike and Kellie Snaadt, Helen Bernhard Bakery strives to retain its rich Portland history while baking quality goods that customers have come to love.

From cakes, including elaborate wedding cakes, to cookies and pies, coffee cakes, cupcakes, bread and scones, Helen Bernhard bakery has been baking pastries for celebrations and everyday life; generations of Portlanders have celebrated life's significant moments with a Helen Bernhard creation.

Currently the family-owned bakery is retaining as many of the 25-employee staff as possible and are following state guidelines for coronavirus protocols. Customers are limited in the storefront with curbside pickup and limited delivery available.

"During the pandemic we are taking time to reinvest in the business by remodeling and upgrading. Looking to have it completed by October of 2020," said Snaadt. "Come in and see how our progress is going. We love serving our loyal customers and making their day a bit sweeter."

Helen Bernhard Bakery

717 N.E. Broadway

503-287-1251

Open Monday through Saturday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sunday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m

www.helenbernhardbakery.com

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