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FOOD NEWS: New bakery specializing in pies — yes, pies — to open near UD

A new bakery specializing in pies is in the works near the campus of the University of Dayton.

If all goes well, the bakery to be named “Partial to Pie” could open as early as this spring, founder and owner Marie Clark told this news outlet.

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The bakery will be located at 200 Shroyer Road, at the Wilmington Pike/Shroyer Road intersection. The space previously housed AAA Stripping and Refinishing, but it has been vacant for several years.

A new sign was spotted at the Partial to Pie location on April, 3, 2018. STAFF PHOTO / ALLEGRA CZERWINSKI

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Partial to Pie has leased the space and took possession at the end of January.

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“We are planning a retail bakery that will provide both dine-in and carry-out services, specializing in pies, quiche and sweet treats,” Clark said.

A new bakery to be called “Partial to Pie” will open later this year at this property on 200 Shroyer Road in Dayton. MARK FISHER/STAFF (Staff Writer)

Partial to Pie’s bakers have been baking for festivals and special events for several years, and have always hoped to “make this passion a full time career,” Clark said. “I also graduated from Sinclair through their entrepreneurship program because business has always been an interest of mine.”

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The new bakery will call Domino’s Pizza, CJ Chan and Subway neighbors.

A new bakery to be called “Partial to Pie” will open later this year at this property on 200 Shroyer Road in Dayton. MARK FISHER/STAFF (Staff Writer)

“We will be working with local growers, makers and suppliers to further support our local community. Also we will focus on using organic and natural ingredients when feasible,” Clark said.

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