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 […]

Small Businesses Need Your Help Now

April 27, 2020

Our way of life has definitely changed over the last couple of months due to COVID-19. We have dealt with disaster multiple times over the years–Bobby and Janice are the “King and Queen of Disaster”, a title they would never wish on anyone. Because of our experience with disaster zones, we have a few tips for those going through hardship. Order online for takeout, delivery, or shipping! Small businesses thrive […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Core of Our Business

July 29, 2019

Every time one of our team members clocks in, they see a large red poster that displays what we call our Core Values. These values shape our customer service, our work ethic, and even our attitude at Three Brothers Bakery. And today, we’re going to share them with you! We are Memory Makers. You hear us mention “Memory Makers” often. It’s integral to our business, our products, and our heart. […]

A Thank You from Three Brothers Bakery

May 17, 2019

A Heartfelt Thank You From Bobby and Janice  Thank you all for your outpouring of support regarding the loss of Three Brothers Bakery’s Kosher certification after 70 years in Houston.  For the first time in almost 200 years of baking, our family’s baked goods are not Kosher, but they are still made with the same love and care. The decision to remain open to retail business during Passover  (the HKA […]

Grandparent’s Day

September 13, 2016

Happy (belated) Grandparent’s Day! For those of you fortunate enough to have grandparents still with us, make sure to at least give them a call today. Let them know you how much you love them, you are thinking about them, and you are thankful for all they did for you. Whether obviously or not, we all follow in their footsteps and walk in their immense shadow. For us at Three […]