Valhalla Bakery is leaving Baum Ave Market for new a location

Don't sweat it, they're just moving to a new location in the Grand Central District.

click to enlarge Valhalla Bakery is leaving Baum Ave Market for new a location
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Since its opening in Baum Ave Market late last year, Valhalla Bakery has been a hit. 

The concept serves up vegan and dairy-free baked goods like cookies, cupcakes and even decadent wedding cakes. 

Owner Celine Duvoisin debuted the first location of the bakery in Orlando, and has since become a staple in the community. Wanting to secure a foothold in the vegan market in the 'Burg, Duvoisin launched a second location as a pop-up resident within Baum Ave at 1113 Central Avenue, next door to Intermezzo. 

After receiving much success at Baum, Valhalla is spreading its wings and moving to a new location this coming September to a space in the Grand Central District, at 2462 Central Ave. 

Until then, you can still get your all-vegan sweets fix at Baum Ave. 

Hours for the market are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Thursday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday and closed on Monday.

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