Bakeries in Belleville


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  • Junction - Coffee & Frozen Yogurt
    As customers walk into Junction, treading over floors made from Missouri white oak, they're faced with a menu that offers them two very different things: steaming cups of coffee or frosty dishes of artisanal ice cream and fro-yo. If they choose the former, baristas will brew them espresso or lattes from premium, locally roasted coffees. If they choose the latter, they'll be treated to distinctive flavors like fudge brownie and cookies and cream, made fresh using milk from area farms. There are 10 rotating flavors daily, which guests can top with scoopfuls of fruit and candy from the toppings bar.
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    200 East Main Street
    Belleville, IL US
  • Central Cafe and Bakery
    The chefs at Central Café and Bakery showcase the flavors of the Middle East with a menu of authentic Lebanese dishes. During dinner, chefs speckle chickens with house spices and grill them whole ($24.99), half ($12.99), or on kebabs interspersed with fresh vegetables ($12.99). Similarly, lamb kebabs pierce meaty morsels that lay atop a bed of rice with a choice of side, such as tabouli or spicy potatoes ($14.99). Sautéed tilapia basks in a Lebanese-spiced white-wine marinade before a frying pan whisks it to a crispy finish ($15.99), and the hospitable staff accents the fresh-baked shawarma pizza with Mediterranean moxie ($12.99 for a 14”). At lunchtime, the kitchen pumps out falafel sandwiches ($4.99) and chicken shawarmas ($5.49), both wrapped in a toasted pita for efficient handling during table-to-table relay races.
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    331 N Euclid Ave
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Sweet Art
    The product of an artistically inclined married couple with a passion for all-natural foods, SweetArt boasts a menu of organic and homemade cookies, cupcakes, cakes, sandwiches, and wraps, with an all-vegetarian lunch menu that features a bounty of vegan options. Co-founder Cbabi's colorful paintings cover the neighborhood bakeshop and art studio's sun-kissed, bright walls, making it a lovely locale to bust out your idea journal over a vegan Sweet burger ($7.25) paired with a spicy cup of flad ($3.95), Sweet Art's house-made, vegan, three-bean chili loaded with chunky sweet potatoes. The grilled Klemm ($5.95) is served stuffed with cheese, fresh broccoli, and roasted garlic, while the vegan Botanical ($6.85) swaddles baked tofu, black sesame seeds, cilantro, spicy peanut sauce, and veggies.
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    2203 S 39th St
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Cookie's by Design
    Gwen Willhite founded Cookies by Design in 1983, when an unsatisfying brainstorming session about gift ideas led her to ponder one question: why should flowers and sweets remain separate? Her solution was to design the cookie bouquet, where custom, hand-decorated cookies are displayed on sticks and arranged like flowers in gift baskets. Her invention quickly became a popular gift among locals, particularly those allergic to real blooms or too bashful to look at naked cookies. Twenty-five years later, there are more than 200 Cookies by Design locations across the country. Each shop's team of bakers creates cookie baskets with a degree of care that matches Willhite's original vision, decorating and arranging sweet shapes for birthdays, holidays, and any other special occasion.
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    11453 Olive Blvd
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Mama Gustos 314
    Mama Gustos 314 is a full-service ice cream and pizza parlor—but it wasn’t always that way. Before the Mama Gusto times, the space was inhabited by an old-school ice-cream shop, lovingly called Frostbites. When the temperature dipped and business slowed, owner Genevieve Beckley decided a little warmth could do the tummy some good. Drawing on her passion for Italian eats, she became a franchisee of the Mama Gustos Pizzeria dynasty. Now guests of Mama Gustos can lose forks in a Sicilian-style deep-dish pizza and then follow suit with Frostbites’ popular scoops. Walls not slated with stacked stone or dark wood wall slats are coated with paint the hue of melted butter; pew-style booths and hardwood floors add to the cozy, rustic feel. In the glow of modern hanging lights, tables are strewn with fresh bruschetta, stromboli, and hearty pastas of mostaccioli and cannelloni. After finishing off a glass of wine or draft beer, guests can sidle up to the ice-cream counter that offers 30 toppings—ideal for decorating an ice-cream cone or convincing a friend they are an ice-cream sundae.
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    7700 Ivory Avenue
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt
    Touting more than 100 flavors of low-calorie, flavor-packed frozen yogurt, Tutti Frutti earned a feature on CNBC and has continued to expand since opening its first shop in 2007. Inside each store, self-service yogurt machines unleash velvety-soft yogurt into accommodating cups or empty purses. The constantly rotating menu may include flavors such as royal red velvet, refreshing melon, chocolate peanut butter, and multiple hot chocolate offerings. Most flavors fall within the range of 30?40 calories per ounce, are low-fat or fat-free, with dairy-free, soy, kosher, and no-sugar-added concoctions also available. A toppings bar allows eaters to further customize yogurt creations with a spoonful of fresh fruits or a sprinkling of nuts. The flavors contain ample amounts of protein, calcium, and probiotics, known for potential health benefits that may include strengthening immune systems and lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. Tutti Frutti also offers fresh smoothies, Belgian waffles with an array of toppings, hot tea, coffee, and lattes.
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    4906 Laclede Ave.
    St. Louis, MO US
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