Goldman’s Kosher Bakery
Last day of baking: Friday, March 27
Sale day: Sunday, March 29
Closed March 31 – April 11
Last day of baking: Tuesday, March 31
Closed April 1 – April 11
Goldman’s Bakery and Pastries Plus will reopen Sunday, April 12. We will being taking online orders with our new store after Passover.
For over 40 years, Baltimore’s family owned and operated Goldman’s Kosher Bakery has been dedicated to bringing its customers the finest peanut-free kosher breads, cakes, cookies, specialty, and holiday items. All of our delectable products are made from scratch, and we continue the tradition of excellence that began when Fred Cohn bought the bakery in 1965. We still operate our bakery using the three basic principles Fred set forward many years ago:
Make a good product
Provide it at a fair price
And, never compromise your reputation
Our bakery may have grown over the years, but we haven’t lost our personal touch. Come visit and experience the true delights Goldman’s Kosher Bakery has to offer.
Find the Kosher & Peanut Free Baked Goods You Love!
Goldman’s Kosher Bakery makes many of your traditional kosher dessert favorites without the use of peanuts. Some of the baked goods we offer include:
Danish coffee cake
Pies & Crumb Cakes
Challah bread & Rolls
Hamantaschen (and minis!)
Cakes for Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Birthdays & Other Special Occasions
Goldman’s Kosher Bakery, as it is known today, was established in 1965 by Fred Cohn and his wife Inge Cohn.
Their journey began like this… Back in the old country, Fred, as a youngster, started to work as an apprentice in a small bakery located directly below where his family lived in Leipzig, Germany. His daily baking activities included the basic chores of keeping the bakery neat and organized, as well as creating the finest pastries and cakes.
When me and my son come in your shop it brings back memories of my childhood as he is a little me running around the store to the counter and asking for a cookie... he has good taste.
My kids had so much fun coming in yesterday to pick doughnuts, but I think they enjoyed eating them even more. Thanks to the staff for having patience while they made their selections.
The only bakery we use for kosher pastries. I get goodies for my husband during Purim and I recall one of the associates special ordered toppers for my daughter's birthday. The staff is always really nice and my kids love coming for cookies.