Sinfully Gluten-Free bakery and restaurant opens near Centerville

January 6, 2012 by  

Owned and operated by Heather Zook and her mother, Barbara Moran, Sinfully Gluten-Free has opened its doors just south of Centerville at 9146 Dayton-Lebanon Pike.

Having previously operated for almost three years in the downtown area of Miamisburg, the bakery and restaurant closed almost a year ago, but has re-opened at its new location to not only serve its old customer base, but to attract a new customer base as well. Zook says she was drawn to the Centerville location because of the parking, the accessibility to the store and the proximity to their previous customers.

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Sinfully Gluten-Free caters to the demand in and around the Centerville area for individuals with a need for a gluten-free diet. In an effort to provide those who have wheat allergies or celiac disease with restaurant and bakery-style food selections, Zook offers a wide array of menu items ranging from a pizza with a millet and white rice crust to sinfully tempting dessert items, such as lemon bars, carrot cake and red velvet cupcakes.