A New Jersey bakery that has been in business for almost five decades is set to shutter soon.
Sipos’ Bakery recently shared its plans to close on Sunday, June 4 in a Facebook post.
The bakery is located at 365 Smith St. in Perth Amboy.
“We will still be serving our fresh baked bread and pastries that you know and love through our last day on June 4th,” the post read.
The company did not announce a specific reason for the closure.
Sipos’ Bakery grew popular for serving the Hungarian, Polish and other European population in Perth Amboy.
The bakery offers several baked goods, like Hungarian Beigli rolled with poppy seed or walnut, babka breads, kifli cookies and bobalky.
Over the years, Sipos’ has enhanced its danish and pastry products to include more offerings to Perth Amboy’s Hispanic population. The bakery features quesitos (cheese sticks), pan tortuga, Mexican conchas and tres leches cake.
Sipos’ Bakery opened almost 50 years ago, according to its website.
“Whether you were a daily customer, travelled from out of town during the holiday seasons to get traditional Hungarian baked goods, or ordered from our website to be shipped across the country, we appreciate you,” the bakery’s farewell post shared.
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