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Hoboken’s Carlo’s Bakery Set To Open in Dallas, Texas

he Cake Boss Brings Successful Bakery Chain To The Lonestar State

Cake Boss Buddy Valastro outside the flagship Carlos Bakery location in Hoboken, NJ.

Carlo’s Bakery, the subject of the hit TLC series Cake Boss, will open a new location in Dallas, Texas in March of 2016. Fresh off the heels of a massive grand opening in Orlando, Florida, New York Times best-selling author and owner of Carlo’s Bakery, Buddy Valastro will soon call Dallas home to the bakery’s thirteenth location.

“We’ve seen incredible growth in the past year and I’m so excited Dallas is going to be a part of that!” says Buddy Valastro, renowned baker and chef. “The city is filled with charm and warm hospitality, it really is the perfect fit for Carlo’s Bakery. With so many families inDallas, I’m looking forward to the bakery being welcomed into their homes and onto their tables.”

Carlo’s Bakery will come to Dallas with it’s signature treats like the cannoli and lobster tail, as well as custom cake expertise bound to elevate the city’s celebrations. Located at the Preston Center in the University Park area of Dallas, Texas, the bakery will span 2,486 square feet.

Currently under construction, Carlo’s Bakery, located at 8319 Preston Road, is slated to open in March of 2016.

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