ABC10 – Sacramento partners preserve family recipes at Forgotten Bakery

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A once forgotten space on Stockton Boulevard in South Sacramento is getting a new life.

Owners Robby Naim and Paul Dollar opened a bakery inside an old, abandoned building back in March. Naim says the building was abandoned for more than a decade until they renovated it.

“We kind of wanted the space to be something that the community could share. Meet each other, hang out,” said Naim.

Fox40 – New Sacramento bakery serving up bagels, Chilean empanadas officially opens

Our distinctive method begins with fermenting the dough with beer for a full day, followed by hand-rolling each bagel. They are then boiled in water infused with honey before being freshly baked every day.

Our assortment includes poppy seed, sesame seed, everything, and plain bagels. Explore our variety of bagel sandwiches, such as the Loxann for salmon enthusiasts, the Forgotten Bagel for bacon aficionados, and a diverse range of other tempting options.

Our distinctive method begins with fermenting the dough with beer for a full day, followed by hand-rolling each bagel. They are then boiled in water infused with honey before being freshly baked every day.

Our assortment includes poppy seed, sesame seed, everything, and plain bagels. Explore our variety of bagel sandwiches, such as the Loxann for salmon enthusiasts, the Forgotten Bagel for bacon aficionados, and a diverse range of other tempting options.

The Sacramento Bee – New Sacramento bakery is bringing bagels, empanadas to this ‘forgotten’ neighborhood

A new bakery is bringing freshly baked bagels and empanadas to Sacramento. Forgotten Bakery will officially open its doors on Saturday at 4650 Stockton Blvd., the business announced Wednesday in a news release. Nestled by the Fruitridge Pocket and Colonial Heights neighborhoods, the bakery focuses on beer-fermented, hand-rolled and honey-boiled bagels and Chilean-style empanadas made from a family recipe. The bakery is a walk-up concept, allowing customers to order online or through a kiosk. After picking up your order, you can stick around and enjoy your food on the patio.

The Sacramento Business Journal – The Forgotten Bakery on Stockton Boulevard will feature bagels, empanadas

A new bakery is planned for a small retail space along Stockton Boulevard that has been vacant for at least a decade. An approximately 500-square-foot building at 4650 Stockton Blvd. is in the process of being converted into The Forgotten Bakery Co., which will specialize in baked goods such as traditional bagels, bagel sandwiches and Chilean-inspired empanadas, in addition to organic coffee offerings.
“The location has been abandoned for over 10 years but in a great spot on the corner along the Stockton Boulevard area where there’s been a lot of revival going on,” said co-owner Robby Naim, who is opening the business with life partner Paul Dollar. “We felt it
was an opportunity to get into that area and give the residents something

NOW OPEN WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY

We are now open Wednesday through Sunday from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM and will be open on the 4th of July. Our new online ordering system for pickup and delivery is also available.