Eric's Main Street Bakery conducted its grand opening on Jan. 25 in Nashua, NH, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader. Owner Eric Tedder opened the shop in the same location of a former bakery, Lovin' Cupcakes and Cannolis. Owner Lori Robicheau was forced to sell her business for health reasons, Tedder said.

Tedder's mother caught wind of the availability through a neighboring shop-owner who gave her the contact information of the landlord, Rich Lannan. Tedder put $40,000 into opening up, purchasing much of Robicheau's equipment, among other startup costs.

Mayor Donnalee Lozeau cut the ribbon at the shop's grand opening on Friday. "We have a very vibrant downtown, so anything we can add to it is terrific," she said. "I think the bakery part of it, that's something that brings a little something extra."

According to the bakery’s Facebook page, their standard decorated cake is an 8" two-layer butter cream cake and comes available in yellow and chocolate with standard decorations included in price.
Special order sizes are 6", 10", 12", 1/2 and full sheet. Platters of mini danish, and muffins, sweets and mini pastries are available with advance notice.