Where is Bakers Square Corporate office Headquarters

Bakers Square Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 3038 Sidco Dr, Nashville, TN 37204, United States

  • Phone Number:
    +1 615-256-8500

  • Fax Number: 615-782-5043

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: December 1969

  • Founder: VICORP Restaurants

  • Key People: Anita Adams

Bakers Square Headquarters Location & Directions

Bakers Square Headquarters Executive Team



Anita Adams

Chief Financial Officer

Timothy P. Casey

President of Bakers Square

Jeff Guido

President of Family Dining

Tim Kanaly

President of Legendary Baking

Charlie Noyes

President of Ninety Nine

About Bakers Square, History and Headquarters Information

Are you in the mood for some pastries?  Bakers Square will give you more than you would expect. This place combines baked goodies and casual dining at one place. So, you can come there to have any of your meals. Their savory items also include soups and sandwiches. The brand has been around since 1969.

The place is famous for serving unique pies. In fact, their pies are award winners. The America Pie Council National Pie Championships has named the place’s pies as the top ones in the country. The place received this award more than 300 times. So, there is no exaggeration when the company announces their pies to be the best in the country.

The Bakers Square has 39 branch across the U.S.  The brand belongs to American Blue Ribbon Holdings. You can browse their menus for each meal online. You can see what they are offering the kids. Bakery menu is available too. 

Bakers Square Headquarters Photos

  • rk says:

    5220 N Harlem Chgo – Manager treated customers like dirt. Barked at staff Food was cold. Bathroom was dirty, had no towels for cleaning your hands.
    Don’t go here

  • Karen Bailey says:

    I visited Bakers Square in Schererville,IN , the food had to be sent back twice and when it cam back it was still wrong, the manager Jamie set with her friends the entire time we where there not one time did she come over to see what was wrong, my take out order was wrong when I was speaking to Jamie the waitress Alli jump in our conversation I politely told her I was speaking to the manager her statement to me was”I am just going to walk away because I am not ignorant” speaking to Jamie I asked her was she going to allow her to speak to me that way Jamie stated “ I’m just the manager”, I in turned told Jamie now if I cuss her out I would be wrong Jamie stated “no” Alli walked passed me and flicked her hand and told me to shut up and leave yes I went off now her come Nikki running from the back and stated this is my restaurant and you have to leave, the problem with this entire situation was the manager Jamie was not doing her job by sitting with her friend discussing a up coming wedding and when people complain about the service nothing is never done to the rude staff and the staff knows this.

  • Sally anderson says:

    Bakers Square, Ford Parkway, St. Paul, closed permanently today with people still eating. Once we were out your manager would not let us use our gift card to buy a pie. I feel this gift card and others like it were sold falsely if you were closing. And this place was always busy. It should have stayed open. As were all your other Bakers Squares in the St. Paul area. Very bad ownership/management.

  • Rhonda says:

    Please reopen Baker Square in Naperville, Illinois on Route 59. The building an sign is still there. Everyone would love to see this business reopen. Thank you.

  • Michael J Basques says:

    Today was the second time I tried curbside service and ended up having to go into the store to get my order. When I asked the young lady behind the counter about it, she lethargically said, “We try to look out for them. Sometimes we get them.” I not only arrived on time for my order I was in a bit of a hurry. I’m finding out that this young lady’s service attitude is pretty exemplary of that shitty store at 2239 Ford Parkway. I’m planning on telling everyone within earshot to avoid it like the plague.

  • sue subbert says:

    there is one of your restaurants in Des Moines, IA that needs air conditioner fixed! 3 months and not fixed. Take care of your workers and establishments. I am sure you are all sitting in your fine offices with air going !!

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  • GREGG BOYLES says:

    Baker Square has definitely gone down hill. The restaurant we went to, was old, it smelled, the bathrooms was gross/gross . The toilet and urinal was not clean. The food made my family sick and we still paid $85.00.

  • Kevin Boehne says:

    Yesterday I visited your Palatine IL store to purchase a French Silk pie as a birthday “cake”, I pulled to the unplowed snow covered curb in the store’s parking lot, parked activated my trucks hazard flashers and entered the restaurant to make the purchase. I was warmly greeted with “you can’t park there”, I asked if they wanted me to leave, the gentleman said no but in the future you can’t park there, I’m not sure but at the ripe old age of 69 with 40+ years in Law Enforcement and 23 years in Firefighting I know where I can park to spend 2 minutes picking up a pie. Well, I did make the purchase and we did cut the pie in celebration and found the chocolate Silk was grainy not Silk, I do not know if the pie was frozen, thawed and refrozen or what happened to it,,, a total disappointment.

  • Grace M Butkus says:

    Treated rudely on phone by alleged manager at palatine, IL bakers square he rushed to give his name, told me I was “pissing him off” , how dare he, I want someone to call me back
    847 373-7400
    Grace butkus

  • Yolonda Wilson says:

    I visited on of your restaurant today. One of your employees called me a liar and was VERY rude.

  • Linda says:

    Mr. Tim Kanaky! What happened to my favorite pies! Banana Cream Pie and Strawberry whip cream pie are my favorites. At first I though it was Covid causing this. I’m very disappointed you changed the pie menu! Thank you.

  • Deb says:

    We have been going to Bakers Square since it opened.
    We have always loved the food and the servers.

    What has happened to that restaurant?
    7011 w 130th st
    We did see any of the regular servers.
    The food was terrible we had 4 at our table and nothing tasted the same.
    We spent $50 at the table and we all gave it a 2 out of 10.

    Chicken tenders were terrible over cooked , the green beans had a smoke taste, the mashed potato’s were lumpy and little gravy on it I asked for gravy on the side.
    3 of us had that meal.
    They never made my nephews meal so they did make it after ours came.
    My other nephew at our table had the honey mustard chicken and he said the sauce was not the same.
    The appearance of the manager and servers were not up to your regular standards.
    They even turned a couple away when they came in at 7:50.
    I don’t usually write complaints but this was somewhere we will not come back too.
    Which is sad because we have for years.
    You had some wonderful servers at this location and great food.
    What a change and not a good one.
    Another change of getting rid of a lot of the pies and the tuna sandwich !
    With this COVID we are all fighting to survive but you should always take care of your loyal customers and new customers .
    We just had to let you know because Bakers Square WAS one of our favorites.

  • FWEANCES says:

    Will Bakers Squares ship Pies to California?

  • Kristina Wishnoff says:

    Your store closed on Western Ave. in Chicago. I have an idea, you should look on Bryn Mawr in the North Park area and open a pie only pick up and just keep the resturaunt on Foster and Harlem. I think this will be a very profitable move for you. I am a resident of the North Park neighborhood I am not a real estate agent. With North Part Univ. and North Eastern Univ. are just a couple of perks of the this neighborhood.

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