Best Italian creme cake that I have eaten in years. Not too sweet,just right. Makes most bakeries tasteless by comparison.
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Saw this place on the way to the winery so we stopped on our way back. The moment I stepped out of our car I could smell the sweet scent of my mother's kitchen. This is an adorable, delicious, nostalgic experience. We split an apple...More
Stumbled on this place when driving by and looking for a quick cup of iced tea. Walked in and saw the dessert display of freshly made pies and such, and had to go back to the car to bring in the rest of the family....More
Great stop, nice little shop with vintage goods, wonderful bakery with breads and desserts. Very nice owners, sit outside on the porch and enjoy the scenery.
Very nice folks, great pastries and pie. Certainly worth visiting if you're traveling thru the area.
As we arrived the first thing we noticed was a very nicely done and inviting store front. Inside was full of antiques and enormous pie slices! We sat down and had some wonderful ice cream and took a slice of peanut butter pie to go....More
If I wasn't celiac I would eat everything I could in this store and weigh 10 tons! Beautifully decorated with lots of interesting items to peruse in the store, ice cream and desserts to die for. The people that own the store were so nice...More
Desserts are always fresh. My favorite is the Plantation Pie. However everything I have tried is excellent! The sourdough bread is baked on a schedule. You can go by and pick it up warm if you like. The owners are wonderful people who genuinely care...More
Old fashioned soda fountain fare for ice cream and cakes/pies. I had the classic hot fudge sundae (I am a connoisseur of hot fudge) with hand scooped vanilla ice cream and this was excellent. Specially with wet walnuts, or almonds, whipped cream with a cherry...More
What can I say... If you like homemade sourdough bread, fruit cobblers, pies, ice cream and apple butter then you've got to stop into this tiny little place on the curve. Don't blink you might miss it, and if you do turn around. It's wonderful!