Bluff View Bakery Remains Open Daily

Friday, March 20, 2020
Officials said, "As with the rest of the Chattanooga community, we will continue to monitor the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19), and we want to reassure you that we are taking proactive measures for the health and safety concerns of our employees, guests and community as a whole. 

"We greatly appreciate our customers who continue to support our family owned business during these difficult times and we want you to know we will continue to serve you as long as we can!

"The Bluff View Bakery remains open daily from Noon to 5pm and we have lots of sandwich loaves and specialty breads available for pick up.


"Please call us directly at 423-265-5033 x7 to place your order.

"Please stay in touch via Social Media and visit our website for the latest updates on our availability."


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