Rogers Bakery and Café has been a fixture in College Place, Washington for over 55 years. Started in 1962 by Russell and Ruth Rogers, the business became famous for its maple bars and apple fritters. Russell ran the operation as head baker until 1994 when he retired. The operation continued under his son, Randy, until 2002 when Lenny and Kelli Leen purchased it.
In February of 2010 the building was destroyed by fire, but within a year was reopened. Painted with warm golds, greens, and purples, the new atmosphere brought a new flavor to the business but kept the same recipes for which the bakery has become famous.
To this day, customers come in with memories of the 10 cent maple bars.
We hope that you come down soon and enjoy a maple bar, fritter, coffee, or homemade soup and sandwich! We appreciate your patronage!