Baked Goods or Specialty Catered Desserts at Turano's Mamma Susi Bakeshop (Half Off)

Berwyn

96% of 558 customers

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In a Nutshell

50-year-old institution prepares Italian baked goods from scratch and serves complimentary coffee with every $5 purchase

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 48-hour pre-order required for $50 option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Desserts let people satisfy their cravings for sweets without tapping a maple tree or milking bees for their honey. Soak up sucrose with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of baked goods and treats
  • $25 for $50 worth of specialty catered desserts

Bakers prepare fresh ciabatta bread ($4), almond croissants ($1.79), and chocolate cannoli ($1.99) each morning and serve a complimentary cup of coffee with every $5 purchase. The menu of specialty catered desserts includes a 3-pound cookie tray ($29.99), a 33-piece mini-pastry tray ($39.99), and a cannoli platter ($39.99).

Turano's Mamma Susi Bakeshop

Originally started by newly arrived Italian immigrants Mariano and Assunta Turano, Turano Baking Company began supplying the Chicagoland area with fresh, authentic breads in 1962. Their retail selection grew in popularity, inspiring them to open a bake shop at their Berwyn facility.

Serving customers bread and confections ever since, the bakery—newly renamed in 2008 after matriarch Assunta, or Mamma Susi—has become well known for its delicious Italian baked goods. Each edible item, whether it is a custom cake, a chocolate eclair, or a rustic sourdough round, is made fresh every day to ensure it offers optimum taste and up-to-the-minute headlines.

Mamma Susi Bakeshop Some spinoffs flop. But some manage to take flight and gain their own devoted following. Mamma Susi Bakeshop falls squarely into the second category. Originally started by newly arrived Italian immigrants Mariano and Assunta Turano, Turano Baking Company began supplying the Chicagoland area with fresh, authentic breads in 1962. Their retail selection grew in popularity, inspiring them to open a bake shop at their Berwyn facility.

Serving customers bread and confections ever since, the bakery—newly renamed in 2008 after matriarch Assunta, or Mamma Susi—has become well known for its delicious Italian baked goods and coffee. Each edible item, whether it is a custom cake, a piece of chocolate cannoli, or a rustic sourdough round, is made fresh every day to ensure it offers optimum taste and up-to-the-minute headlines.



Reviews

so friendly and helpful, and their baked goods are really top of the line. They have a customer for life in me.

Bonnie G., Yelp, 12/20/2012

Tips

96% of 558 customers

  • “EXCELLENT place to get cookies, pastries and, of course, bread.”

  • “great selection, bakery and super friendly staff”

  • “Great fresh baked goods.”

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    Berwyn

    6501 Roosevelt Road

    Berwyn, Illinois 60304

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Many people described the Cookies as Delicious.
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