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The Bake Shop Brings Detroit Style Pizza To Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-The new bakery and coffee shop The Bake Shop in downtown Williamsburg has expanded its menu to include Detroit style pizza.

The Bake Shop, which opened in March on Armistead Avenue, added the pizza to its menu options on May 12. Six different Detroit-style options are available in the evenings beginning at 4pm along with a few accompanying sides.

The new bakery and coffee shop also sells bagels, sandwiches, rustic breads, and other baked goods. The Bake Shop’s menu will rotate seasonally.

The Bake Shop is operated by The Precarious Beer Project, which has two other restaurants in Williamsburg, Amber Ox Public House and Precarious Beer Hall.

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