Don’t Forget to Focus on the Good During Tough Times

July 6, 2020

During tough times it is easy to get bogged down in “the bad,” but Janice always says you get only one pity party.  Last week we had a few good things happen that we would like to share with you.Sunday, June 28th, the Houston Chronicle came out with the winners of the BEST OF THE BEST 2020. You made us a winner in the bakery category!!! We were voted by […]

Father’s Day Memories

June 15, 2020

It is the age-old question, isn’t it – what does Dad really want on Father’s Day? Does he want his kids to mow the yard? A chance to grill out on the patio? Or perhaps a fishing trip or handmade card? A poll done in 2019 reveals that most dads just want a phone call! We asked Bobby’s sons and daughter-in-law some of their favorite memories spent with him: Josh […]

What a Difference a Year Can Make

May 8, 2020

Today is May 8th, 2020 – the 71st anniversary of Three Brothers Bakery. It is also 75 years since the three brothers, Sigmund, Sol and Max, and older sister Janie, were liberated from Nazi concentration camps. You can read our whole history here. We are rooted in the legacy of survival and now more than ever all small businesses are being tested. What a difference a year can make. Last […]

Celebrating 71 With A Good Deed and A Sweet Deal

May 4, 2020

Wow, what an interesting start to our 71st year at Braeswood! With the way our world is dealing with COVID-19, our plans this year will look a little different than usual! We will be offering $0.71 cookies all day on Friday, May 8th at our Braeswood location! This cookie deal will apply to all of our cookies except for Dip Decs, Hamantaschen, and full size Gingerbread Men. This year we […]

Buy 1 Pie, Employ A Village

March 27, 2020

Yesterday we were blessed to have ABC13 air a story about what small business owners can do now and try our hardest to survive. https://abc13.com/6054230 The story illustrates how if everyone makes one purchase of a pecan pie how many are going to stay employed. We chose that product because it ships the best and has a long shelf life. To make a difference large total quantities need to be […]

Our Staff Party – Holiday Season 2019

January 13, 2020

Family is at the heart of everything we do. After 70 years of business, developing a close team atmosphere is what has driven so much of our success. Without our skilled bakers, our talented decorators, our helpful counter staff, and our amazing managers and office staff, we doubt we’d be half as successful as we are! Every year, we take a special time out of our busy schedule of baking, […]

2019 – Three Brothers Bakery’s Year In Review

December 30, 2019

Wow, what a year! Does anyone else feel like it was just January? Incredible how time flies. For this last blog of 2019, we thought we’d share some highlights from this past year! January Mardi Gras season started off with a bang last year! In 2020, Mardi Gras falls on February 25th–don’t forget to order ahead! February Do you remember seeing our “National Weatherperson’s Day” cake on KPRC? We brought […]

Being the Best Advocate for Your Business

December 2, 2019

It’s our final Disaster Preparedness blog of 2019! Click on the video link below to hear Janice explain how YOU are the best advocate for your business when facing hardship.   Watch the video here!

Shop In the Community for Small Business Saturday

November 25, 2019

Small Business Saturday is one of the most successful shopping days of the year for small businesses. According to NFIB, in 2018 alone, almost $18 billion was spent at small businesses. That’s a lot of dough! Most people (us included) will tell you how important it is to shop small. Small businesses make up a big chunk of the US economy (99.7%), according to Grasshopper small business statistics. As one […]

Remembering Hurricane Harvey, Two Years Later

September 2, 2019

This past week marks two years since Hurricane Harvey changed the lives of Houstonians forever. Our Braeswood location took on four feet of water, damaging thousands of dollars of equipment, ingredients, and product. There is a certain type of trauma that comes with going through a natural disaster. For months after Harvey, our team would grow anxious any time the bayou behind Braeswood would rise. If a lot of rain […]