Good small town bakery. Good coffee and lots of choices for pastries. Serves lunch and breakfast. Worth a try.
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I do business in this remote little town in western PA and like to patronize the local establishments whenever I am there but I have recently been finding myself going back to this bakery each time. Even if I already ate. Which isn't good for me, but I can tell I probably won't be able to stop. The baked goods... More
I stopped here on a TripAdvisor recommendation and it did not disappoint. The baked goods were all great, but the red velvet cupcake was definitely The star of the show! The pastries and breads are made fresh and taste awesome! I bought a mini cheesecake, cinnamon roll, Apple turnover and red velvet cupcake and it only cost me about $11.50... More
This venue is a true blessing to our small town! Every time I go to this pastry shop I am impressed all over again! Every item I have tried has been delicious and I have been happy with every pastry I have tried. The environment is a rare find and an asset to the community
It's nice to have a bakery back in town. They are vegan and bake that way. Amazing everything is so tasty. Love the maple rolls and tarts. Guess you can also have a cup of coffee and eat your treats there using their free wifi. Stop in.
I'm half between making my own artisan bread and finding a local place that will make it for me. Market Street Pastry may sway me. I went in today after multiple recommendations and picked up a loaf of the asiago bread. It was outstanding, cheaper than a big box grocery store, and served with a friendly smile. I'll be sure... More
Saw the sign out on Rt 22 and thought we would check out this charming and unpretentious stop run by a lovely and down to earth couple. Had a cheese Danish, quite nice, and a ham and cheese turnover which was OK. Good coffee. Bought a baguette to take home which was tasty if a bit heavy. All in all... More
Hop off the old coal road wend your way toward Market Street Pastries. This charming little place serves up a beguiliing blend of warmth, aromas, and ambiance that combine to transport you, if only for a few relaxed and relaxing moments, to another place and time. What a trip--definitely a worthwhile stop along the way.