After a long, hard day’s work, the velvety smooth filling of the non-alcoholic Geneve Cake is heaven. Come early, though for the best choices of bread, pastries, and other sweets.
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Don't know why it's listed under "restaurant" as this place is a bakery[ok, they have a few seats where you can guzzle down your sugar fix if you can't wait to be back home]. If you're nostalgic for a French baguette, this is the place....More
When Lillian LaCoq opened La Farine 40 years ago, I was among the first of her customers. I had heard that a French patisserie was to open, and was eager to see if it was to be as any I had experienced in France. Well,...More
I can't tell you enough how good their bread and parties are. I have tried the following over the years: French baguette, sour dough, olive loafs,small French baguette (sandwich size) and every time is better than the previous, especially if they just came out of...More
I've been going to La Farrine for just about 20 years on College Ave and Piedmont Ave. Very fine baked goods with never an artificial or preserved taste. A comfortable community table and other small tables to sit around and enjoy a cup of fine...More
This is the ultimate French bakery. Whether you pop in for a delicious French breakfast treat, my favorite is the morning bun and hot cup of coffee chatting it up at the round table in front, with friends old and new, or stopping by during...More
This is our "go to" place for weekend pastries, nice desserts for company (when we don't feel like baking), and beautiful breads. You won't be disappointed. Street parking out front can be challenging, but there is a free parking lot directly behind this stretch of...More
Great local bakery for everything to bread, and breakfast pastries to fancy cakes. Good quality. Good for everyday or a special treat. Supports local community causes.