Zionsville Times Sentinel

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February 5, 2014

Le Dolce Vita owner excited for next opportunity

Kelly Evans never wanted to be the owner of a large-scale, nationwide bakery. Instead she was always focused on small batches of her baked goods and pastries.

Because of that, the Le Dolce Vita owner was torn about closing her location in the former Eagle Creek Coffee Company, 10 S. Main St.

"I felt we were becoming too diversified from what my original vision was," Evans said. "I felt we were becoming more generic, and it was taking me away from being what I originally set out to be -- a small pastry and coffee shop."

Evans moved her pastry shop into the former Eagle Creek Coffee space in July and closed its doors in January.

See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.

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