Three Brothers Bakery expanding to Tanglewood amid larger plans for business

Interior rendering of what the new location -- Three Brothers Bakery Tanglewood Center -- will look like (Cushman & Wakefield , Cushman & Wakefield)

HOUSTON – Iconic Houston-based business Three Brothers Bakery is expanding into Tanglewood amid a larger expansion of its business, according to a recent news release from the company.

This is the fourth location for the iconic Three Brothers Bakery mini-chain. The bakeries have served as a cornerstone of Houston’s Jewish community for generations. In 1945, Holocaust survivors Sigmund, Sol and Max Jucker emigrated to Houston from Poland to start a new life. A few years later, in 1949, they opened Three Brothers Bakery on Holman Street, across from Temple Beth Israel. Over the years, the bakery expanded its offerings and its locations. The fifth-generation Juckers own and operate Three Brothers Bakery today. Read more about the mini-chain here.

“We are extremely excited about this new Tanglewood bakery, as it is the first after a series of natural disasters that stopped our growth for eight years,” owner Bobby Jucker said in a statement via a news release.

The new location, which opened on April 1, is located at 500-574 Chimney Rock Road at Tanglewood Center. It is 33,151 square feet.

The new location is developed, owned, and operated by fifth-generation baker Bobby Jucker along with wife, Janice Jucker. The new location aims to offer guests an experience featuring fresh, scratch-made baked goods and house-roasted coffees.

All locations of the business feature 200-year-old Eastern European staples, from breads to pastries, cookies, specialty dessert cakes, and pies. The other locations include Braeswood, Memorial, and Washington Ave.

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