Cary Council member Jack Smith, left, speaks at a groundbreaking for Annelore’s German Bakery, owned by Norbert and Annelore Gstattenbauer. The couple decided to open their first storefront in downtown Cary because of ongoing revitalization efforts.
Cary Council member Jack Smith, left, speaks at a groundbreaking for Annelore’s German Bakery, owned by Norbert and Annelore Gstattenbauer. The couple decided to open their first storefront in downtown Cary because of ongoing revitalization efforts. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Cary Council member Jack Smith, left, speaks at a groundbreaking for Annelore’s German Bakery, owned by Norbert and Annelore Gstattenbauer. The couple decided to open their first storefront in downtown Cary because of ongoing revitalization efforts. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

Annelore’s German Bakery blends past and present in Cary

November 15, 2016 11:52 AM

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