But tuna goes great with any artisan bread, from calamata olive to Yukon gold potato bread – and Grand Central Bakery is proud to serve St. Jude albacore, even as it opens with a new location in Burien on August 20.
“The bakery-café will offer the same menu items that have become so popular at its other locations including handmade pastries and desserts, daily soups, hot and cold sandwiches,” announces Suzuki + Chou Communimedia in their release on the new location. “Whether it’s a fresh fruit Danish or a tuna melt made with St. Jude’s locally canned tuna, there’s something for everyone.”
Grand Central Bakery is a business that promotes sustainability. “The company, founded in 1989, has come to stand not only for quality breads and pastries but also for seasonally inspired café cuisine and a commitment to stewardship. Grand Central supports local producers.”
The Burien cafe-bakery opens Aug 20 and can be found at 626 SW 152nd St in Burien. To celebrate the Burien opening, Grand Central will donate a portion of the opening day’s proceeds to the Highline Area Food Bank and the Highline Schools Foundation for Excellence.
So go order a tuna melt and give to a good cause!