When we first lived in Pittsburgh and Matthew played baseball in Mellon Park across the street from Bakery Square we could smell the aroma of baking. Crackers, cookies, it was the NABISCO Factory built in 1918. Bakery Square has been “repurposed” as they say. And GOOGLED.
There’s a Coffee Tree that opens at 5:30 AM. for the early birds.
And a close-up crop of the Google flag.
This entry was posted on May 9, 2012 by rutheh. It was filed under Light in the City, Pittsburgh Photos, Signage and was tagged with architecture, bakery, Bakery Square, city, Coffee Tree, cookies, crackers, East Liberty, google, Nabisco, neighborhood, photography, Pittsburgh Photographer, Pittsburgh Photos, postaday, preservation, restoration, travel.
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