Two Wheels Bakery & Cafe


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TWO WHEELS BAKERY & CAFÉ  CAMPAIGN RELAUNCH 

March 24, 2020 - Refunds Issued 

Hello all.  Well unfortunately we hit a glitch withdrawing funds from the campaign and as of today your generous donations have been refunded.

Given the times with so many unknowns, we know it might be difficult to re-donate.  But if it is possible, we greatly appreciate the support given that Two Wheels Bakery & Cafe provides an important service to our community and the new location at 1006 Grant Street will be opening soon.  We were counting on those funds towards our re-opening efforts.  

If you are able to give again, we very much appreciate your support. 

Hope you all stay well and are maintaining a positive attitude.

Thank you




TWO WHEELS BAKERY & CAFÉ LOSES EVERYTHING IN BUILDING COLLAPSE

Buffalo news coverage from WIVB  

December 4, 2019 – Buffalo, NY: Two Wheels Bakery & Café at 435 Ellicot Street, a gluten free bakery owned by Buffalo native Susan Adamucci, has been a thriving and growing business in downtown Buffalo since 2018. Now their historic building has been demolished due to a roof collapse that occurred on December 4th. The bakery was forced to close its doors in August 2019 as ordered by officials of the City of Buffalo due to a chimney and wall collapse. However, the out-of-state landlord failed to make the necessary repairs to the building resulting in the December roof collapse and the mandated emergency demolition.

     TWO WHEELS BAKERY & CAFÉ LOST ALL OF ITS EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS.  After the collapse, no one was allowed to enter the building in order to remove the ovens and other kitchen and dining equipment. The good news: no one was hurt during this dangerous series of events.

    TWO WHEELS BAKERY WILL NEED MORE THAN $100,000 TO REPLACE ALL THAT WAS LOST.  

From the owner, Susan Adamucci: “No words can describe the devastation one feels when their business – the product of thousands of hours of developing a concept, creating a magical space, followed by the experience of joy as it fills with loyal customer – literally comes crashing down in a few hours before your own eyes".

The outpouring of community love and support has kept spirits high and fueled the resolve to work towards opening the new location at 1006 Grant Street which was scheduled to open in Spring 2020. Buffalo is a very special place. Let's join together as a community to help get Two Wheels back on its feet!  

Thank you to all who support this effort!

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Molly Young 
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Emily Stanford 
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