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631 Grove Street Jersey City, NJ, United States

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(201) 659-3671 (Call by Touch)

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What is Carlos Bakery?

Carlos Bakery is also known as Carlo's Bake Shop. It founded in 1910 by Carlo Guastaferro, later on in 1964, it was bought by Bartolo "Buddy" Valastro Sr. The shops makes available all types cakes for all types occasions such as birthday cake, wedding cake, anniversary cakes, and few special cake also such as baby Book cake, boy book, girl book, cake fillings, pastries, cookies. The address and contact number of Carlos Bakery is also used for Carlos Bakery Lackawanna, Carlos Bakery prices, Carlos Bakery recipes, Carlos Bakery family, Carlos Bakery online ordering, Carlos Bakery prices list for Cakes and Carlos Bakery prices for specialty cakes.

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Carlos Bakery resides at 631 Grove Street Jersey City, NJ, United States provides here all the necessory details like helpDesk helpline numbers i.e. (201) 659-3671 by which customers can reach to Carlos Bakery easily. Here on this page you can get customer service toll free helpline number of Carlos Bakery.
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