Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Servatti Pastry Shop & Deli Looking at Fort Thomas


Downtown Cincinnati's loss could be Fort Thomas' gain.

Servatii Pastry Shop & Deli in downtown Cincinnati, located at 511 Walnut St. near Fountain Square will close Friday, December 21, according to a sign posted on the door.

The store opened in 2011.



The Walnut Street location is the third downtown that has closed in recent years.

The locally owned Cincinnati restaurant serving deli sandwiches, opened its first location in Hyde Park in 1963.


Servatii has 11 other bakery-deli locations in the Tri-State.

Parking was cited as the main reason for closure of the last downtown location, as most customers utilized that location for large catering orders or pastries.



Now, according to Cincinnati.com, management is looking at some northern Kentucky locations including Fort Thomas.


In that article, Bill Haines, Servatti's Controller said that their catering business represented a large portion of sales from the downtown store, so moving operations to a new northern Kentucky shop wouldn't affect the day-to-day much.

Haines said that their decision on where they'll relocated could include Fort Thomas, Boone County or near Northern Kentucky University.


1 comment:

  1. Kenton County has a Servatti's! It would be nice to have one in Campbell County!!

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