Isn’t it ironic…

We had an extremely busy year – working mostly 7 days per week and crazy hours – in the end, however, it didn’t save our little venture and Indulge Bakery has had to close it’s doors. Thanks so much to everyone who have been SO supportive over this past couple of years – to our customers and our regulars and above all: to our family and friends who put up with us during this time.
We’re so sorry to have to close our doors, but it’s necessary.

Published in: on January 11, 2011 at 1:14 pm  Comments (10)  

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  1. Hey guys,

    I can only imagine how hard it was making that decision after all the work you put in to make this dream come true. I wish you all the best for what’s to come, it is a new chapter in your life that will bring you joy, I am sure.

    Sending you positive energy from Las Vegas!

  2. So sorry to hear that your bakery is closing. What a wonderful addition Indulge was to the local food scene, — you always did everything with such grace and warmth and artistry. Like your friend in the post above, I wish you and Stephane and the kids all the best in this next chapter of your lives. May it be full of peace, contentment and happiness. Hugs to you, and my very best wishes for the future. I hope I will still get to see you all around Missoula!!

    • Thank you, Mary Ellen, that’s so kind! You should see us around 🙂 That’s the hope, anyway!

  3. I was so sorry to hear you had closed. When I worked in Missoula, I was there nearly every day. We don’t have a bakery at all in Stevensville and would welcome you with open arms (I would anyway). And I am majorly sad because I never did get to try one of the bacon cupcakes:)

    All the best,


    • That’s very kind of you, Beverly! Life does go on and we’re doing just fine – haven’t made it out to Stevensville yet but maybe in the next week or so 😉 Oh those bacon cupcakes were something….that’s one of those things I’m hearing from people that they’re really missing 😀 Be well!

  4. I loved those red velvet cupcakes and I’m sorry they won’t be at the market this year. I’m a reporter with the Missoulian and working on a story about the food economy and how to make things easier for business folks, and my coworker mentioned you had shut down. Would you have a couple minutes to visit for a story? I’m at 406/523-5262. Thank you!


    • Keila,
      I’m so sorry, I only just got this message – I wish I’d seen it sooner! I truly appreciate your comment, too, it’s always nice to hear our work was appreciated 🙂
      I’m always around if you still want to talk, my cell is the old bakery #, 544-4293 –
      Be well,

    • Tried to respond to you but it showed up above LOL Thanks Keila!

  5. Are you still doing the farmers market??

    • Sadly, no – I haven’t got a kitchen to work in now – maybe someday!

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