We have been closely monitoring the ever changing situation concerning the spread of COVID-19 in our state. In addition to the measures that we have already taken to ensure the safety of our customers & our staff, here are a few additional changes:
- We are changing our hours to 8-3. These will be subject to change as the situation develops.
- We are closing our dining area until further notice.
- We encourage you to order to-go. We are also implementing curbside pickup.
- Starting Wednesday we will be offering a dinner delivery. Stay posted for the dinner menu.
If you prefer a curbside pickup that is quick & easy, you can call ahead & order a sandwich with chips or potato salad for a flat fee of $10.00 cash, tax included. Leave your payment in the mailbox on the front door, your order will be in a bag labeled with your first and last name on a table out front.
For more information regarding the dinner delivery, please call us at 207-844-1800. The deliveries will go out once a day after we close.
Please keep an eye out on our Facebook, on our instagram (@unionstreetbakery), and our website for more information on updated policies or on any potential closures. We are doing everything we can to maintain a safe environment for our customers & staff, and we will remain open as long as we are safely able to. Thank you so much for your support & cooperation during this difficult time.
What People Are Saying About Us...
by Chris Chase - FULL ARTICLEA good way to describe the Union Street Bakery is the kind of place that would fit right into Hollywood’s imagining of the perfect town. The walls are decorated with local art and some homey touches. A giant vintage fridge sits in the back, looking like something straight out of Pleasant-ville. Comfortable couches with some reading material, a few booths, and a few tables are the options for seating.
by Sarah Laurence - FULL ARTICLEit's such a perfect match for my neighborhood that it feels like it has always been here. The owner, Sandra Holland, has many years of experience as a caterer, baker and business woman. She also has an Associates Degree from RISD in Culinary Arts with a focus on pastry. When I first moved to Brunswick, Sandy was running the Humble Gourmet, a similar bakery/sandwich shop but in a less hospitable location.
by 'The Other Side of Town' - FULL ARTICLEA changing selection of cookies, bars and pastries to go with the cakes and pies made to order. I decided to forgo them that day, but while I was writing this up decided I had an obligation to go purchase something sweet and eat it immediately. The cream cheese brownie, moist and gooey and frosted with a layer of chocolate was just the ticket.