621 East First Street Newberg, OR 97132

Welcome to Newberg Bakery

Providing healthy and delicious baked goods and gluten-free options in a setting that offers a gathering place for our community, with respect for social distancing.

From Brenda...

I need to share with you some very sad and difficult news.

First, thank you from the core of my heart for supporting my deepest entrepreneurial desire and my spiritual calling to open Newberg Bakery! My dream is totally surpassed! I am so VERY grateful that you have been such a wonderful and supportive community both near and far!

This has certainly been a community built gathering place. With the constant encouragement and support of my sweet and dear husband Scott, our family and each one of your Newberg Bakery employees over these six and a half years, and because of you ALL, Newberg Bakery has been an epic success!

Because you have been such a vital part I want to tell you that in this season of my life, looking toward retirement and the fact that my physical well being is unstable at this point, I am no longer able to do what is required of me, so I will be retiring.

So far, without a successful sale of the bakery, the very difficult decision has been made and we will be closing August 15th.

We return from vacation and will be open August 4th-15th to greet and serve, and say goodbye in this capacity, for now. I wish I could tell each of you in person.

There is a strong possibility that Newberg Bakery will still be in this community and be open to serve you. I will certainly keep you posted!

May you feel the warm and caring hug I give to you, albeit virtual.
To many more successes!!





Newberg Bakery and Building History

City maps from 1912 show this to be a movie theater. By the 1920s it was known as the Baker Theater, a rival to the cross-town Star Theater. Both showed silent movies. Ted Francis bought the Baker in 1927 and in 1929 introduced Newberg’s first talkie movies at this location, on a sound system he built himself. In 1936 he changed the name to the Francis Theater, the first of two Newberg theaters to have this name. He stayed here until 1941, at which time he moved the Francis next door to the Crede Market Building, which he had bought in 1939 and had renovated into a theater with 500 seats. In 1941, Dr. C.M. Bump, a colorful medical doctor who according to local legend operated on his patients with a cigar in his mouth, moved his offices to the old Baker/Francis building and stayed for many years. The good doctor’s name can still be seen embedded in the concrete sidewalk in front of the main entrance. If you happen into the apartment area of the building, you will note the slated floor from its theater days still remains.


In 2013, the building was purchased  and in the fall of that year, the renovation and remodeling began!

In March of 2014, the bakery opened!

Friends and family were invited to a celebration of a dream fullfilled!

This year marks our 6th anniversary of being opened and serving our wonderful friends and family, near and far.

Each person that comes through our doors is considered family!

Come and join us for a treat and good conversation.

what our customers are saying

"I can't imagine Newberg without the bakery."


"This is hands down my favorite place in Newberg."

Katie from Newberg

"If you want a better bagel, you will have to travel to Manhattan."

Enrique from Newberg

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621 East First Street
Newberg, OR 97132