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Jilly's Cupcake Bar & Cafe
adrienne.jones.1656 rated
I'm not here to talk about the...

I'm not here to talk about the cupcakes (which are fantastic). I'm here to let you know that the food at Jilly's is to die for. If you haven't heard by now, Jilly's serves lunch, and brunch every Sunday. I can't deny that their lunch is a pleasant experience. But, if you...more want your culinary socks knocked off, make a reservation for brunch. It has to be, hands down, the best all-you-can-eat meal I've ever taken part in. My husband and I decided to give brunch a try, since we love the cupcakes and the lunch we had there years ago. We didn't make a reservation, but managed to luck into hitting the door at just the right moment. I wouldn't recommend that approach, though, because when Jilly's gets packed it gets packed fast! For $15/adult (fountain drinks included) you'll be shown to a spread fit for royalty. Almost every food you could want for breakfast or lunch is available: giant bowl of cool, fresh fruit, Egg Strata, Brisket Hash, 6 Cheese Mac & Cheese, Chicken Salad, Egg Salad, Maple Sausage, Caramel Apple Baked French Toast with Praline Walnuts, mini cupcakes, tartlets, cookies and much, MUCH more. Pace yourself! Get a plate with a little bit of varied interestingness on it, eat and drool over it and then go back for your favorites and to try whatever you couldn't fit on the first plate. I actually got full before being able to try everything I wanted, which would have made me a sad panda. But, I was so high off the glory of good food that it barely mattered. This is absolutely worth the price of admission. So, do yourself a favor and make time for Jilly's on Sunday morning. If you work the buffet like a pro, you won't need (or want) anything else to eat all day!view less

Bake You Happy
lukemaple rated

How WONDERFUL !!! This place makes McArthur's Bakery seem like a vending machine. Everything is just perfect in every way. They are not trying to be "all things to all people". Cakes, Small Pies & Cookies to start. Light & tasty and the look of an "AR...moreTIST". I am a product of the south, These people are "very Kind" and more helpful than you will get anywhere. ,I felt so welcome here that it was hard not to return 5 minutes later, be treated like gold. Oh! Ans\\d they talk to you, not down to you !! Like most Retail operation, they work harder on "Sales Prevention" and make you feel like they are doing you a favor just letting you purchase something from them.. WELL NOT THIS PLACE !!! And sorry, no blank looks. It is small but I think just a start.. Prices are great for fresh baked goods or I should say the same as the Major grocery stores. { If you like that kind of stuff ) "CHOKE & HACK "... Not me, I like myself!!! But when they run out, Thats it for the day !!! THAT"S FRESH !! Hours 7 to 3...."That's not bad. I reckon It gives them a life"view less

Black Bear Bakery
soulardian rated
Do you know the name of your baker?

If you buy your bread from anywhere else you might not. At Black Bear, it takes little effort to make a friend and purchase local, organic, hand-made bread. Since '98, the owners of Black Bear (who are also the bakers) have been rising to the occasion with specialty breads...more you didn't even know you liked such as Olive-Rosemary and Cranberry-Date-Pecan Pestalozzi. If you're into more traditional breads, the palpable smell of Lickhalter Rye will bring a hearty smile to the most skeptical patrons. Don't forget about delicious Pumpernickle bagels, granola and an abundance of pastries for breakfast and parties. The lunch cafe offers buttermilk cornmeal pancakes, blackbean burgers, arugula salads and more freshness to discover. Vegan isn't relegated to an option but a depth of offerings. My local purveyor of bread is Justin and he's always smiling and eager to share a story or inform me of some freshly baked wares. Increase your awareness, expand your love for the bottom of the food pyramid. www.blackbearbakery.orgview less

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