Spring Hill Bakery Opens Doors At Rippavilla Plantation
The Spring Hill Bakery has moved to the historic Rippavilla Plantation. The Bakery will celebrate its official grand opening on March 5, 2016, at Rippavilla Plantation 5700 Main St. Spring Hill, TN 37174 beginning at 1 pm for restaurants and businesses and 2 pm for the general public. With more than 15 varieties of artisan breads and cookies, Spring Hill Bakery will have an array of freshly baked goodies including samples of their NEW Rippavilla Rose, named for Spring Hill’s historical landmark Rippavilla Plantation.
This light and airy confection is layer upon thin layer of sweet brioche dough with cinnamon, brown sugar, sweet cream butter, and local honey. These will soon be one of your favorite treats! The grand opening event will include samples of the Rippavilla Rose, price specials, and more!
Spring Hill Bakery is the perfect place to find the best assortment of artisan breads around. “We want to be Spring Hill Tennessee’s bread bakery,” said Sarah Gonzalez, owner of Spring Hill Bakery. “Our goal is to wow customers with exceptional taste, presentation and service they’ll never forget.” In addition to the vast assortment of artisan breads and cookies, Spring Hill Bakery also offers a subscription based bread club allowing customers to join and save on all their orders throughout the year. Bread Club Members will receive a custom Spring Hill Bakery Shopping Tote, 20% off all online orders, free local delivery on orders over $35, and they will even get a free $5 item just for signing up. “It’s a great way to save if you plan on becoming a regular customer,” added Sarah. Learn more about the Spring Hill Bread Club at http://springhillbakery.com/bread-club.
In 2016, Spring Hill Bakery will accommodate walk-in customers and online order pickup at the Rippavilla Plantation. Spring Hill Bakery will also continue to host local bread stands, participate in local farmers markets and open orders for cafes, wineries, restaurants, executive chefs, businesses, and more. “This is a huge step for Spring Hill Bakery,” said Sarah “We want to share our handmade breads and cookies with the whole town and be their local source of fresh bread.” For more information and to order our product, visit www.springhillbakery.com or call 615-952-1222. Interested media outlets should contact Corey Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org.