Henri’s Bakery & Cafe to Relocate to Andrews Square

The bakery sold its current Buckhead home in 2015.

The bakery sold its current Buckhead home in 2015.

UPDATE (August 17, 2017): Henri’s Bakery Now Open In Andrews Square

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Henri’s Bakery & Cafe is moving forward with plans to relocate its current Buckhead location.

The bakery, at 61 Irby Street NW, is planning on making Andrews Square its new home in spring 2017Edens, the shopping center’s developer, Wednesday in a press release announced.

“It’s important that Henri’s is part of the Buckhead Village,” Madeline Leonard, owner of Henri’s Bakery, said in the release.

“We love this community and the special place Henri’s has in it. We’re excited to relocate to a location that will allow us to continue serving our neighborhood that has so wonderfully embraced us.”

Andrews Square recently underwent a series of enhancements, including the addition of new tenants like SAMA Food For Balance, also slated to open next year.

Henri’s will continue operations at its current location and will transition into Andrews Square in the spring. The bakery will be located off the courtyard on the east side of Andrews Square on Cains Hill Place.

It’s the next chapter for a storied Atlanta institution that first opened its doors in 1929, founded by Leonard’s grandfather, Henri Fiscus. Henri’s has been in business for 88 years, remaining family-owned. This Buckhead Village location and its sister shop in Sandy Springs are known throughout the Greater Atlanta area for desserts, sweets and sandwiches.

“At Edens, everything we do underlines our central purpose to enrich communities. Bringing Henri’s to Andrews Square and helping preserve its legacy and its role as an anchor of the West Village, is a natural fit for our mission,” Herbert Ames, Edens Vice President – Southeast, said in the release.

“We’re thrilled at the opportunity to work with such an Atlanta institution. Henri’s Bakery is a perfect addition to the exciting evolution of our center and the West Village.”

Henri’s Bakery & Cafe would join Lucy’s Market, Boxwoods Garden & Gifts and Poppy’s Boutique in the Andrews Square development.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak