The cookie elves are hard at work at Nadine's Bakery

Serving up holiday treats despite the pandemic
Posted at 5:43 PM, Dec 15, 2020

TUCSON, Ariz. — Nadine's Bakery on Broadway has been open for over 40 years now and, despite the pandemic, continues to serve up sweet treats to the Tucson community.

With the holidays starting, the bakery's owner says her staff is working all through the night to keep the magic of the season alive.

"I like to call everybody cookie elves this time of year," owner Sarah Burkenpass said. "Because that's what we're doing and we spend a lot of time here making cookies in the month of December."

But it's not just Christmas the bakery is focusing on.

"We make Hanukkah cookies," Burkenpass said. "We make hundreds of pounds of cookies every day this year."

Nadine's Bakery offers in-house shopping and carry out services.

They recommend you call a few days ahead of time for any special orders.

You can check out their menu and business hour on their Facebook page.