Schuler’s Bakery | Springfield, OH



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Schuler’s Bakery | Facebook | IG : @schulersbakery
457 E. Main St. (map it!)
Springfield, OH 45503

(937) 323-4900
Open daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Visited: Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 9 a.m.

We finished up a recent invited visit to Springfield – our first time in the city – with a stop for Sunday morning donuts at a local institution: Schuler’s Bakery. I’ve long said that donut shops are a perfect way to get to know a place, so Schuler’s was a must-stop on our itinerary.

I prefer heading to the source, so we scoped out the downtown location on East Main Street, close to where John Schuler opened his first shop in 1937. Schuler’s has four locations overall, three in Springfield and one in Urbana; their production is done out of the bakery on Limestone Street.

I love the look of the Main Street shop, even if it does feel a bit isolated compared to the light industry around it. But…

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