2021 Denver Food + Wine Festival

Explore The CHEFS, BAKERS + beverage pros
WHO WILL MAKE THE 2024 DENVER FOOD + WINE FESTIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS!

Beth Ginsberg
Trompeau Bakery

Beth Ginsberg began her career in food service in 2004 with the launch of Singapore-based New York City Bagel Factory; the company distributed fresh-style bagels and cream cheese to the South East Asian market. After many years living overseas, Beth moved back to the United States and settled in Denver to be near her family. She bought The Bagel Store, where she was owner/operator for nine years; that successful run ended with the sale of the business. Beth then moved on to purchase Trompeau Bakery from its original owners and continues to expand the retail and wholesale offerings and customer base today. The traditional French bakery now boasts over 30 different sweet and savory croissants and a large selection of freshly made breads. Sadyta Restaurant Group, named after Beth’s three children, recently opened a second Trompeau Cafe Croissant downtown on 16th Street Mall. Making the restaurant groups portfolio include three separate brands and four locations. In addition to Trompeau Bakery, Beth is a partner in Zaidy’s Deli & Bakery, where she lends her talents to the Jewish Deli community with a whole host of fresh offerings. She is originally from Boston where she started her early career as an engineer at HP and where she also earned an MBA. Beth loves to enhance a small part of people’s lives with fresh delicious food… it just makes every day better!

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