Henri’s Bakery & Café is moving from the corner of Irby Avenue and Cains Hill Place down Cains Hill to the Andrews Square shopping center, which is being redeveloped.

Henri’s Bakery & Café is finally on the move.

Six months after the 88-year-old Buckhead restaurant announced plans to move from the corner of Cains Hill Place and Irby Avenue down Cains Hill to the Andrews Square shopping center, it relocated and opened its doors at a temporary location there May 30. It is expected to move to its permanent location at Andrews Square in early August.

“We’re so pleased to welcome Henri’s to Andrews Square. The relocation to our center marks the next chapter for this Atlanta institution,” Herbert Ames, vice president for the Southeast at Edens, the company redeveloping Andrews Square, said in a news release. “We look forward to the next chapter of Henri’s in the West Village.”

The restaurant opened in 1929, and has been a mainstay for Atlantans for decades. It is famous for its pastries and po’boy sandwiches.

“We are excited about the opportunity to continue serving the community that we consider family for another 88 years,” Kim Macbain of Henri’s said in a news release.


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