We were walking the water front and saw in a window what we thought were scones. We entered pointed the item out it was "blaa" bread. We had a couple and they were delicious and learned they had just taken first place in a local competition. A blaa is a role coated in white flour such that the consistency was light inside and out. It has a history dating back to the late 1600's or early 1700's with the French Huguenots. Patrick the owner shared it with us. The pastries looked amazing and several other customers verified that. It was a fun serendipitous find. The coffee and tea were good tasting and well brewed. You can sit inside or out. Personally I used bread in Ireland to support the amazing butter!
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