Hale Life Bakery will join Community Cafe in new Community Oasis space in St. Petersburg

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Hale Life Bakery is one of the most popular gluten-free bakeries in the Tampa Bay region — and today the owners announced they would join the ever-popular Community Cafe in a space just outside downtown St. Petersburg. The official address is still TBA, follow Community Cafe and Hale Life Bakery for official updates on the Community Space.

“We’re so excited to be partnering with @communitycafestpete as a part of the NEW St. Pete Community Oasis, blocks away from Downtown St. Pete!” wrote the Hale Life owners in the Instagram post. “This space will be a collaborative place where you can eat and shop among many local businesses, all under one roof! You can expect this space to be open to the public in early 2021.⁠”

Local businesses can join the Community Oasis

Local businesses interested in joining the collaborative can send an email to stpetecommunityoasis@gmail.com to inquire about being a part of this community space too!

Don’t worry, if you love Community Cafe you can always pick up their amazing vegan eats at their pop up at Allendale Church. Community Cafe is serving food Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 11am to 11pm inside Allendale UMC at 3803 Haines Rd N. Place your order for pick up on Community Cafe’s website.

For those hungry the allergen-free treats from Hale Life, you can visit them at their new bakery in Tampa, or order their desserts direct on the Hale Life website.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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