Big Changes for Spring Hill Bakery

We are making some big changes at Spring Hill Bakery, and I want to take time to just share our story, give you an update, and just share my heart with you.

This will be our last week at Rippavilla Plantation, Tues-Sat 8a-4p. Don’t worry, we aren’t closing for good! We are simply scaling back. You’ll still be able to get your bread and cookies at Thompson’s Station Farmers Market at Homestead Manor on Wed 10-2, Spring Hill Farmers Market on Thur 3-7, and TSC Sat 9-12. You can still place orders for pick up or delivery on one of our scheduled days (schedule TBA).

Thank you so much for your support and we can’t wait for what’s next.

Spring Hill Bakery to add retail store at Rippavilla

Nine months after moving their bakery operation to Rippavilla Plantation, Spring Hill Bakery has decided to expand their operations there by opening a retail bread shop there, also.

It will host a launch party from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017, and will be sampling some of their new products. The new bakery shop at Rippavilla is currently open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

While conducting an online survey in October asking Spring Hill residents how the bakery can best serve them, owners Sarah and Corey Gonzalez received an overwhelming response from the city to open a storefront.

However, after months of exploring many different locations, the Gonzalezes determined that none of these options had the character and accessibility that Rippavilla provides for the bakery.

“With loyal customers and wholesale clients in Spring Hill, Thompson’s Station, Franklin, Columbia, and Chapel Hill, it was important to remain centrally located. Additionally, Rippavilla Plantation is the perfect home being named Maury County’s Best Tourist Attraction with rich southern history and a gorgeous event venue,” they said in a press release.

“We have a lot of plans to further serve our community, but for now we are thrilled to offer hot, fresh, out-of-the-oven breads and cookies in Spring Hill’s historic landmark. In addition, we are working with Muletown Coffee and other artisans to provide handmade local products that perfectly compliment our baked goods. We strongly believe in local supporting local,” Corey said.

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Article by Zach Harmuth from Spring Hill Homepage