'Cake Boss' News: Buddy Valastro Remodeling First Bakery, But Promises It Will Still Have 'Icing In The Walls' [VIDEO]
Buddy Valastro, mastermind behind Cake Boss and owner of the bakeries, will be remodeling the New Jersey location where his journey first began.
On Sunday, Reuters reported that Valastro will begin the remodel for the first bakery and expects it to be ready by spring.
Although the shop will change its look, Valastro promised that the renovated store will still have "icing in the walls."
"That's what I tell people," said Valastro. "The building's 200 years old and has always been a bakery."
The bakery in Hoboken, known as Carlo's Bake Shop, doubles as the set for the show Cake Boss.
Valastro runs the family bakery that opened in 1910 which he acquired from his father. Valastro, who is the Cake Boss, directs his artistic and creative team in baking over-the-top cakes, pastries, cookies and fudge. Of course, the show throws in some family drama to keep it entertaining.
Carlo's Bake Shop will close February 17 until early March for the renovations, reported Reuters.
"We'll have new showcases, a fresh new look with an old world feel," Valastro said. "What I love about the plan is that there will be an open kitchen, so our customers can see our cakes come fresh out of the oven."
With the announcememt of renovations, fans and viewers of the show have wondered what will happen. Reuters reported that he wouldn't say much during the interview, but did say an announcement would come.
Cake Boss airs on TLC.