Kermit’s Bake Shoppe Is Now Delivering

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Kerminator Pizza – now available for delivery.

Kermit’s Bake Shoppe is kicking off delivery today. Pizzas, pastries, hot pockets and more are just a phone call away. In addition to now offering delivery, Kermit’s has refreshed its hours and menu. The bakery and pizza shop is now open at 8 a.m. daily, with delivery starting at 11 a.m.

Menu additions include breakfast hot pockets, seasonal items like pumpkin blondies and sweet potato pop tarts. The “Kerminator” pizza which has been a special recently, is now a permanent member of the menu. The Kerminator is topped with choucroute, caramelized onions, applewood-smoked ham, gruyere and creme fraiche.


Kermit's Bake Shoppe Delivery Zone

Notes on delivery:

  • $15 minimum order (plus a $2 delivery fee).
  • The initial delivery area is Reed Street to Broad Street to Walnut Street to 36th Street.
  • Last call for delivery orders is 9:30pm.

Kermits Delivery Menu (PDF)
Kermits Carry Out Menu (PDF)

Kermit's Bake Shoppe [Foobooz]

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  • cementbrunette

    Very disappointing delivery zone for people in Newbold/Point Breeze. Why so many blocks north but so few blocks south? What a shame.

  • Jen D.

    There is a HUGE missed opportunity here to not deliver further south. Especially since (I can only assume based on their social media buzz) that a large percentage of their initial supporters/customers are from an area *just* outside their delivery zone . An extra 4 blocks south could translate into thousands of dollars lost. This is extremely disappointing.

  • gijyun

    I’m betting that it’ll take <6 months for them to expand their delivery border south, simply by the level of demand they'll get for.

  • katecurry

    Boooo! Please deliver just a few more blocks South! It’s a growing neighborhood I am sure a lot more people down here know about you than at 36th and Walnut.