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Fitzbillies is Dead! Long Live Fitzbillies!

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Fitzbillies, beloved Cambridge bakery and restaurant, was struggling for life at the end of the 2000s and the Great Recession delivered the coup de grĂ¢ce.

Pembroke College, the landlords of the famous location at the corners of Trumpington Street and Pembroke Street, began the process of finding new management that could restore Fitzbillies to successful operation.

Enter husband-and-wife team Tim Hayward and Alison Wright, who will share with us their trials and tribulations as they renovated, innovated, and generally resurrected the Cambridge institution we know and love.

Join us for an entertaining talk and discussion, with a possibility of tasting the wares…

Refreshments will be provided, including juice and wine.

This talk is part of the Pembroke Papers, Pembroke College series.

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