Review of the St. Ambrose Booth

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Review of the St. Ambrose Booth

Kirby Hill, Staff Writer

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St. Ambrose is a small booth located on one of the four corners in the middle of the Oktoberfest. Specialty bread as well as fudge homemade by St. Ambrose parents are sold for super cheap prices and also includes the cute photo booth area they have setup for pictures.

They have chocolate and peanut butter fudge available and a wide array of breads. I was disappointed to find that by the time I got to the booth late Saturday my favorites, banana and strawberry, had been sold out. I ended up getting a mini loaf of cranberry-orange bread which had a good texture but definitely wasn’t something I’d usually eat, but I can’t be that mad considering I only paid $1.50 for it.

All in all, I definitely recommend the St. Ambrose booth for its cheap prices, lovely people, and delicious bread and fudge. But try to get there as soon as you can before all the good stuff is gone; it goes quickly!

Kirby Hill, Staff Writer

I am a sophomore and this is my first year in Newspaper. I joined because I enjoy writing and want to improve my writing skills.

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