1823 Bakehouse

Apr 10, 2023

Destination, Indiana Grown

1823 Bakehouse – Franklin, IN

Elissa and Thomas moved back home to be close to family. Opening 1823 Bakehouse in 2018, offering a wide range of menu options which all happen to be 100% gluten-free, ensuring customers have a safe, comfortable, and tasty dining experience catering to food sensitivities & allergies is incredibly important to Elissa and Thomas. Each staff member is specifically trained and aware of ingredients in all their made from scratch pastries, breads, breakfast, and lunch menu items. 1823 Bakehouse also offers locally roasted coffee, espresso-based drinks as well as over 80 loose leaf variety of teas to choose from. 1823 Bakehouse is deeply rooted in the history of Franklin, IN being named after the year Franklin became a city in 1823.

25 E Court Street, Ste A
Franklin, IN 46131



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