Geddes Bakery - Bakery and Café | North Syracuse, NY

421 S Main St. North Syracuse, NY 13212

When it's gotta be good, it's gotta be Geddes

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday - Saturday: 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Sunday: 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM


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Learn more about Geddes Bakery

Learn a little more about Geddes Bakery and how we got started!


Bring your family into our bakery to enjoy our homemade breads and treats baked with love. We hope to see you soon.

The history of our bakery

In 1951, John Pappas and his family came from Greece to America by boat to start their new life. By 1957, John opened what is now known as Geddes Bakery. The bakery got its name from the town of Geddes, where it had originated in the city of Solvay, NY.


In 1963, John moved the bakery from Solvay to the city of Syracuse the new building was built at 1830 Teall Avenue on the Syracuse’ north side. Geddes Bakery continued doing business out of the Teall Avenue location for over thirty-seven years.


In 1986, Vasilios Pappas, John’s son took over the business and continued operating out of the Teall Avenue location. Two years later in 1988 John Pappas passed away, leaving the responsibilities of continuing the family business and tradition to offer quality baked goods and fresh breads to Vasilios.


In June of 2000, Vasilios built a beautiful new bakery in North Syracuse, New York. The bakery is now run by Vasilios’ three children and continues to bring the freshest, most delicious, and finest quality treats and breads to you in the tradition of their grandfather and father before them.

"Great bakery, lots of items, friendly staff. Very helpful in recommending items to customers. Lobster tails are delish!"

- Kala A - Tripadvisor review

Stop by our bakery at 421 S Main St to enjoy fresh coffee paired with tasty treats!