Posts Tagged ‘Bakery’

Many businesses tend to open during the first quarter of the year, meaning that many businesses also throw anniversary celebrations or specials around this time. This past weekend, Blackmarket Bakery celebrated their first anniversary at their current home in The Camp in Costa Mesa. Having moved from their old location in an industrial building across the 405 freeway from John Wayne Airport, Blackmarket Bakery has substantially grown as a business and in popularity ever since moving to The Camp. Now in an easily-accessible area, customers visit Blackmarket Bakery and find delicious baked goods using a short list of all-natural ingredients without anything fancy. You will not find fancy words or complex ingredients here – you will only find ingredients that we all grew up to love, such as flour, eggs, milk, sugar, and more.

For this first anniversary celebration, Blackmarket Bakery rolled out a handful of specials. As customers walked in, High Tide Derby greeted and passed out various samples or both old and new products.

Once inside, customers could purchase t-shirts on sale for $10. For all other breads, pastries, and other baked goods, customers would receive 15% off.

As a special treat for attending customers, Blackmarket Bakery hosted a cakewalk. This event combines musical chairs with a lottery, where participants would walk a path with numbered papers on the ground to the music. When the music stops, each participant occupies a number, and awaits a Blackmarket Bakery staff to call out a number they randomly drew prior to the walk. The participant occupying the corresponding drawn number then receives a free small cake from the bakery.

Although appearing minor, this celebration follows the model that Blackmarket Bakery adheres by – do a lot with a little. They follow simple ingredient lists with their products, using just all-natural ingredients without the need to continually add more ingredients. As a result, you get tasty items with a familiar taste presented in a contemporary fashion. This event did not require bells and whistles to proclaim their excitement over their anniversary, and all the attendees appreciated the simple things put forth on this day. Experience for yourself how delicious that simple can taste by visiting Blackmarket Bakery soon, and do not forget a loyalty card! Buy 12 items, and receive one free!

Voodoo Glow Skulls, Union 13, The Pegs, Sick Sense, Soto St @ The Juke Joint
8:00 pm – 1:00 am, October 25
The Juke Joint, Anaheim
http://www.facebook.com/events/471847286178902/

$10 cover, ages 21 and up only – amazing show for all punk rock fans. Trust me.

Punk Rock Picnic Battle of the Bands
8:00 pm – 1:00 am, October 26-27
Subcult Productions, Irvine
http://www.facebook.com/events/114180422068346/ – October 26
http://www.facebook.com/events/394079630659575/ – October 27

$7 cover charge for all ages – see many punk rock bands play for a spot for next year’s Punk Rock Picnic.

Blackmarket Bakery’s Fall Open House
11:00 am – 2:00 pm, October 27
Blackmarket Bakery, Irvine
http://www.blackmarketbakery.com/
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151232801703955

This Saturday, Blackmarket Bakery in Irvine will sample numerous new concoctions from their kitchen for food lovers to try. The first 30 guests receive a free gift, so go check it out!

2nd Annual Los Angeles International Tea Festival
11:00 am – 5:00 pm, October 27-28
Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles
http://teafestivalla.com/

For $20, guests get treated to an educational and entertaining festival showcasing the many worldly wonders of tea. Sample various teas, speak with retailers, listen to seminars, and take home some goodies from this Tea Festival.

Long Beach Zombie Walk Music & Arts Festival
2:00 pm – 11:00 pm, October 27
Marina Green Park, Long Beach
http://zombiewalklb.com/

This all-day zombie festival takes place over the spacious greens of Marina Green Park in Long Beach this Saturday. This fest breaks all norms of standard fests and opts to follow “zombie rules” in operations. Unlike last year, the zombie walk now requires a $15 entry fee, but now includes so much more to see and do. The many activities this year include a Shaun of the Dead viewing, beer gardens, costume contests, Thriller flash mob, live music, food trucks, artists, games, the zombie walk, Halloween mazes, and more. Arrive early, as parking will fill quickly – have patience when searching the neighborhoods east of Alamitos Ave.

15th Annual Trick or Treat Festival & Halloween Hearse Show
10:00 am – 4:00 pm, October 28
OC Fair & Event Center, Costa Mesa
http://ocmarketplace.com/contents/Entertainment.aspx#10/28/2012

This festival combines Halloween with Dia De Los Muertos for an all-inclusive celebration at OC Fair. As a part of the weekly OC Fair Marketplace, admission costs $2, and allows guests access to the entire marketplace plus the festival. Activities include dancers, live music, costume contests, an ice cream eating contest, face painting, and more.

12th Annual Haute Dog Howl’oween Parade
12:30 pm – 4:30 pm, October 28
Livingston Park, Long Beach
http://www.hautedogs.org/howloween.html

Expect to see over 500 costumed dogs at this annual parade through Belmont Shore, as featured on the Kevin & Bean Show last year! Kids and adults may also enter a costume contest to win cash prizes. Presale entries cost $10 per dog, with prices rising on the day of the event.