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James Beard Nominated Baker Jim Lahey Opening Outpost in Miami

Partnering with Steven Perricone of Perricone’s Marketplace & Café

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According to the Miami Herald, popular NYC bakery Sullivan Street is making its way down to Miami with plans to open an outpost in the booming Little Haiti/MiMO area at 5550-5570 NE Fourth Ave.

The bakery's owner Jim Lahey has partnered with Steven Perricone of Perricone’s Marketplace & Café to open the bakery. He tells Eater that the two met a few years ago through mutual friends.

Lahey has built quite the reputation for himself in NYC over the past 20 years with his "no-knead bread" and baked goods, selling them to more than 250 restaurants in NYC, according to the Herald. He is also currently a finalist for this year's James Beard Foundation award for Outstanding Baker.

No word on when Sullivan Street is slated to open. Stay tuned for more details. [Miami Herald]

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