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Extremely popular local bakery closing after 20 years

Extremely popular local bakery closing after 20 years

Sav McKee

Starting next week, there will be one less place to grab home-made croissants, pastries, and fresh sourdough loaves in Columbus. 

After 20 years, Omega Artisan Bakery, a longstanding bakery in the North Market Short North, has announced they’re closing. “With a great deal of gratitude (and some misgivings), I am announcing that Omega Artisan Baking will close as of November 22,” their Instagram post reads.

“I want to thank the patrons of @northmarket who embraced us from that first Saturday morning over twenty years ago, and kept coming even through the pandemic when we ran your purchases out to your car. You have been generous with your praise over the years, but also with your families. You brought your children in and their children. We have had the privilege of getting to know you, some of you very well, and we will miss you,” the post continues.


You have exactly one week to grab and savor some of the freshest breads in Columbus, and you can still order some of their buttered rolls for Thanksgiving.

Amy Lozier, owner of Omega, takes pride in handcrafting all of their bread from the highest-quality natural ingredients. None of Omega’s baked goods contain preservatives or chemical additives, and you could smell these artisan breads cooking throughout the entire North Market. This booth will surely be missed.

Their post concludes, “We hope that you will continue to visit the wonderful merchants of the North Market, and we wish you all the best.”

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