DOVER – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for La Baguette Bakery & Catering on March 24 at 323 S. Governor’s Ave.
Chamber members and friends joined owners Chef Ludovic Bezy, Anita Wheeler-Bezy and their team to celebrate their 6-year Anniversary, and new food truck – Gourmandise.
The bakery specializes in traditional French treats such as croissants, crepes, pies, tarts, and of course, fresh baked baguettes.
Chef Ludovic and his team make everything fresh on site daily without any additives or preservatives. The shop omits high fructose corn syrup, as well as GMO flours.
La Baguette Bakery & Catering is also Central Delaware’s local spot for authentic European products such as cheeses, meats, and premium coffee.
The mission of La Baguette Bakery & Catering is to “provide fresh products to our patrons. Our authentic, fresh products reflect our passion or great food. We strive to provide excellent customer service,” said Anita Wheeler-Bezy.
Ms. Wheeler-Bezy moved to the area in 1987, and Chef Ludovic Bezy followed soon after graduating from Culinary Arts School in St. Dizier, France in 1993, where they met and married.
“I asked him to come back to Delaware with me, and he said yes! He has been a chef here since 1993,” said Ms. Wheeler-Bezy.
La Baguette Bakery & Catering give back to the central Delaware community by working closely with the CDCC, fellow community members, and by providing donations to the various businesses throughout the year whenever possible, especially Central Delaware’s Habitat for Humanity, First Responders.
“We give back to the community every day by donating our bread at the end of the day to the homeless,” said Ms. Wheeler-Bezy.
To learn more about La Baguette Bakery & Catering, visit www.labaguettede.com or call at 302-741-0180.