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Bleu Door Bakery reopens, expands in Uptown Village Vancouver

Uptown Village eatery now includes a large dining room

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Artwork depicting the Eiffel Tower frames the dining room at Bleu Door Bakery in Vancouver. The Uptown Village bakery was closed for indoor dining during the pandemic but has since reopened and expanded.
Artwork depicting the Eiffel Tower frames the dining room at Bleu Door Bakery in Vancouver. The Uptown Village bakery was closed for indoor dining during the pandemic but has since reopened and expanded. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

After two years of being closed to indoor dining, Bleu Door Bakery in Vancouver’s Uptown Village reopened its blue door on March 1.

Visitors will notice that the French-inspired bakery and cafe at 2411 Main St. is much larger than they remember. Owner Bonnie Brasure bought and renovated the space next door to create a large dining room featuring a sunflower-filled mural that evokes the French countryside.

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