I picked up my first loaf of seeded rye at the newly reopened Three Brothers Bakery on South Braeswood yesterday morning, along with $5 worth of poppy seed strudel. Then I promptly ran home and stuffed my face. I would have bought a loaf of challah too, but it was sold out already. Boy, did I ever miss this place. Three Brothers Bakery was destroyed by Ike last summer and underwent extensive rebuilding. The interior has been completely remodeled, and the new set-up is much more spacious.
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The store opened for business two days ago, and employees are still getting some of the kinks out of the new computerized cash register. "Come back on July 1 for the Grand Opening party," the woman at the counter said. The bakers are working on a giant three-tiered cake with little replicas of the three brothers on top for the occasion.