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Surviving signage, Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn
June 29, 2013 in Bakeries, Ocean Parkway/Midwood, Signage | Permalink
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I think that's actually on McDonald Avenue (near Ryder Ave). I grew up around that bakery. The place still makes bread believe or not (really good bread too; the baking equipment was actually imported directly from Belarus) even though the outside looks like it's a closed run down building. It's near Ruslan Liquor store.
They may speak a little English you happen to stop by there on an open day.
June 29, 2013 at 12:45 PM
Yes, you have the address right, Mari; my reference was to the Ocean Parkway neighborhood, not the thoroughfare. There's a little bakery/market near the sign and next to a liquor store; as you mention, there's also a building that doesn't look inviting but doesn't look entirely closed off, either. Some online sources give Grevico as the name. I'll keep my eyes open; thanks!
Dave Cook |
June 30, 2013 at 11:23 PM
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