S.F. cult cruffin favorite Mr. Holmes Bakehouse has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, the cult San Francisco bakery that went mysteriously dark after a brief reopening last summer, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and its CEO is no longer with the company.
All bakery operations, including the location on Larkin Street in San Francisco and an outpost in Los Angeles, have closed for now, according to former CEO Aaron Caddel. Court documents show the company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in February. It’s a watershed moment for the wildly popular bakery known for its Instagrammable cruffins (a croissant-muffin hybrid), long lines and meteoric rise.