QUESTIONS OF THE DAY

  • “Looking for the name of the bakery that was at La Cumbre Plaza in 1975” – Marci
  • “I saw a change in ownership sign outside the Mercury in Old Town Goleta. Any info on this?” -Amelia
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13 Responses to QUESTIONS OF THE DAY

  1. Gary Lapman says:

    Koelsch’s Bakery

    • Rex Of SB says:

      Was Koelsch’s ever in La Cumbre Plaza? It started out in the 1100 block of State Street, then moved to Five Points. I don’t remember it being in La Cumbre, though.

  2. Julie Ritter says:

    Andersen’s Bakery?

  3. Chaz says:

    Koelsch’s was in 5 Points. Dee-lish confections, too!!

    • Rex Of SB says:

      Koelsch’s Mexican wedding cookies melted in your mouth, and Koelsch’s sold the best brownies in the history of the world. I don’t know which I miss more—Koelsch’s brownies or the peach pie from Irene Davis.

  4. Leslie says:

    Cafe Au’ Lait.

  5. Meridith Moore says:

    Café Au Lait was awesome. I think they owned Café Bianca where Scarlett Begonia is now in Victoria Court

  6. Amanda Frost says:

    There was one bakery on a “side street” of La Cumbre Plaza with a woman’s name (Louise?) as part of the name. Or was it Marie Callendar?

  7. Larry says:

    Erik’s Bakery

  8. christine! says:

    Mercury Lounge is changing hands- to a local couple- I read about it on Geneva Ives Instagram- she wrote a local eatery guide- fun person to follow if you love eating! Her handle is @hi_geneva

  9. Tina says:

    Erik’s Danish Bakery.

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