The Little Cannoli Bakery For Sale

Update: Owner Tim Goods decided not to sell after all.  He's back in the Reed Opera House, sharing space with The Soup Shack.

A reader found this info on Craigslist and sent it in.


Yes the littlecannolibakery.com is for sale!
This little bakery of 4 years is sitting on a gold mine ready to explode!
Even through the recession sales and profits increased due to quality and close attention to detail, and loyal customers.
First year sales of $18,000/ second year $ 64,000/ third year $84,000/ this year on target for $110,000.
Not bad for a little bakery!!
Only those with heart and soul for quality, attention to detail, and customer service should even entertain the thought of owning the recognized “Best of the Willamette Valley Bakery”.
Growth for this bakery will take some money, a location in the heart of downtown Salem,Oregon and the ability to keep the quality straight and true. Is this for you? Have you been dreaming this oppurtunity?Are you ready to take this gem to the next level? If you are then give me a call 503-798-9288/cell 503-999-8194 but first take a moment to check us out at littlecannolibakery.com


Thanks for you business and support
Owner and operator
Tim Goods


13 comments:

KandN said...

Holy smokes! I wonder if it was a major event in his life that caused him to make this decision? I hope all is well with him.

William Bragg said...

I was just talking about the bakery yesterday. Sad news. I, too, hope there's nothing external forcing his decision.

Salem Man said...

That's one of my favorite spots in Salem.

KandN said...

It's one of those cool, one of a kind spots that give a city it's uniqueness, it's charm. {sigh}

Anonymous said...

That's a real drag- probably the only food establishment in Salem that gets it right 100% of the time. The baker is a real artisan- noo ne else is going to be able to step in and deliver the same quality.

Lisa Anne said...

Plea to whomever buys it: Keep it the same, please!!! I love that Bakery!!!

Anonymous said...

Dang! One of the hidden treasures of Salem.

I love the cannoli's.

Tim's a good guy and I hope all is well with him.

Mike

Gerri said...

OMG I just found out about this place in the last couple of years. I hope it does stay true. I lived in Philly and the cannolis are just if not more so better than the Italian bakeries in South Philadelphia.

Vegan's Nightmare said...

Is everyone ready for the dirt on this? Read here: http://eatsalem.com/2009/08/bakery-damour-opening-soon.html !

Anonymous said...

So is it forsale or not?

Salem Man said...

It's not for sale anymore. The original owner came back. Read more here.

Anonymous said...

Not a big fan of non home made pastries.

Anonymous said...

The cannoli's are very good. They used to sell the brownies dipped in chocolate at the NY pizza by my house and they were decadent.