The Little Canolli Bakery to Reopen!

Here's a copy and paste from an email I just received from Tim Goods the former and now, once again owner of The Little Canolli Bakery in the Reed Opera House.


I miss being part of downtown Salem!!
I miss my customers!!
And I miss my bakery!!
Little Cannoli Bakery
will be reopening in the basement of the
Reed Opera House on the day after Thanksgiving!!
Tim Goods,
Owner and operator
Open : Monday-Saturday
Hours: 9:00am-8:00pm,  (through the holiday's).    ///     9:00am-5:00pm, (after the holiday's).

9 comments:

Jennie said...

Yea!!!!

Anonymous said...

I never knew they left.

Anonymous said...

Yay! I've been seriously craving his macaroons lately so this is very good news indeed!

Anonymous said...

ugh the pastries were stale at his new place had a feeling he might try to open again

Anonymous said...

What a joke. I guess he had no takers to purchase his business for $100k. I wonder if the Bakery D'Amour is going to continue to make the same products as the Little Cannoli? Was never a fan of the Little Cannoli, so I have avoided the Bakery D'Amour and in looking at the reviews for BDA, seems like Tim's products didn't go over well.

Anonymous said...

Great news!

The cannoli's are really good. The chocolate dipped brownie balls are way too good.

Glad to have you back Tim.

Anonymous said...

I hope he has some new ideas cause what he made at D'amour was not great

Anonymous said...

This is GREAT news! I can't wait to get a cannoli kit!

ali said...

I went there the day they were moving with some out of town guests and I was sad to see my fav. treats gone. I'm glad they are back and hope they stay. Their products are outstanding quality and at a good price. Best brownie balls and macaroons ever. Thanks for all the effort and time to make such fabulous treats.