WORCESTER – Businesses and residents are acknowledging the staff at St. Vincent Hospital for its work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week, medical workers received food donations from Godiva, Table Talk Pies, Wicked Good Cookies and Lakeside Bar & Grill, among other merchants.
Staffers showed their appreciation on social media during Thankful Thursday, writing: “We are thankful for the support from our community.”
Math = Pie!!! It doesn’t have to be 3.14 to enjoy a Table Talk Pie but National Pie Day is a perfect reason to indulge!
This 3rd generation family have been making fresh baked pies since 1924 and have no plans on slowing down. They are always in the community making life just a litter sweeter!
Back in the early 2000s they partnered up with a handful of schools to donate pies in honor of education on 3.14 and today they supply over 170 schools including over a dozen in Providence with Pies as a way to support education and show gratitude to our educators.
NBC10 Providence (Studio 10), Table Talk Pies, 3.13.20
WORCESTER (CBS) — A big bang in Worcester marked a new milestone on the way to Polar Park and the revitalization of an important area of the city. Workers have begun demolishing the last building standing on the property that will become the new home of the Woo Sox, and right next door, a longtime Worcester institution is moving to a new home, clearing the way for more development in Kelley Square.
WORCESTER, MA – Table Talk Pies, Inc. plans to build a new state-of-the-art, energy efficient 120,000 + square foot bakery to produce dessert pies within the former Crompton & Knowles Complex in Worcester’s Main South neighborhood.
Partnering with Chacharone Properties, the 95-year old Worcester company will move its Kelley Square bakery on Washington Street to an underdeveloped plot of land in a revitalized area of the City.
“My father and his partner—two Greek immigrants—moved to Worcester and started Table Talk here because it was a city where they could build a life for their families and a business,” said Mary T. Cocaine, Table Talk Pies, majority shareholder. “I am proud that over 95 years later, Worcester is still a city that the company calls home and the Table Talk family can continue to grow.”