A recent trend in the U.S. has seen many old and out-of-service gas stations be converted into enjoyable eateries. They serve a wide variety of foods and retain the unique architecture of their previous enterprise.

Recently, Architectural Digest compiled a list of seven of the most beautiful of these conversions. From pizza places to coffeehouses, the list is full of flavor and character. One of the seven on the list is New Albany, Indiana’s 410 Bakery.

According to Architectural Digest, the original building was called the Economy Filling Station. It was renovated in 2016 and turned into a full retail bakery. 410 Bakery offers small-batch artisan breads, modern pastries, and a menu of breakfast and lunch options.

The building’s design came courtesy of Sullivan & Cozart, architects from Louisville, Kentucky, in 1929. It has an Art Deco structure, and sits on the banks of the Ohio River. This provides a fun destination for tourists and a satisfying stop for regular customers.