Bakeries in Finneytown

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Marx Hot Bagels peppers its kosher menu with more than 35 bagel varieties, boiled and baked daily. Each halo of dough is made with preservative-free unbleached flour. Most are sugar-free, and all tantalize palates without the assistance of butter, oil, or crooked genies. Sate an early-morning sweet tooth with bagel flavors such as french toast, orange-cranberry, or strawberry or fuel up with savory varieties such as caraway, bialy, or sunflower ($.99+ each; $10.09+ for a baker’s dozen). Sandwiches, such as the tuna salad ($6.79) or PB&J ($2.89), come bookended by the bread of the day or a bagel of your choice, and six soups dot the menu, each served alongside bagel thins ($3.65–$4.30). Guests can also show off refined, mature tastes to old college buddies by chugging an entire cup of coffee or tea (1.69+). Many of the deli’s delectable offerings are also sold in bulk for take-home feasts.

9701 Kenwood Rd
Blue Ash,
OH
US

Before the invention of currency, ancient humans bartered for goods using fresh-baked cookies decorated with useless gold coins. Today's Groupon honors our specie's oldest moneys with $10 worth of homemade cookies and sweets from Donna's Gourmet Cookies for $5. Stop into Donna's shop on Montgomery Road for the edible, doughy pacifiers that can bring unity and civility to even the rowdiest goblin horde.

10796 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Cuisine Type: Candy, Ice Cream, Gourmet Popcorn, Fudge
Established: 2013
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular offering: Bulk Candy and Gourmet Popcorn
Kid-friendly: Yes
Alcohol: None
Outdoor Seating: No

Q&A with Joey Jenco, Co-owner

What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion?
I always loved going to candy stores while growing up. I wanted to recreate the feeling of taking a trip down memory lane—feeling like a kid every time you go into a candy store like ours.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Our soft serve ice cream is available in vanilla and chocolate as well eight rotating flavors like caramel, butter pecan, butterscotch, and many more. All of our bulk candy is available to be used as toppings, ranging from gummies to chocolates and an endless possibility of combinations.

Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem—not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
Chocolate covered bacon. We offer various kinds such as milk chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate with sea salt, dark chocolate with sea salt, and milk chocolate peanut butter. The bacon and chocolate together creates a good blend of salty and sweet and make for a very delicious treat.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Hundreds of candies, gourmet popcorn, chocolates, fudge, ice cream, slush puppies, as well as Coke products. Basically all kinds of sweets can be found here.

224 W. McMillan Street
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Cuisine Type: Frozen yogurt and soft-serve ice cream
Kid-friendly: Yes
Number of Tables: 1–5
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Established: 2014
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Q&A with Josh Miller, Manager

What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion?
It had always been my family's dream to bring a delicious frozen frozen yogurt and ice cream to Blue Ash. We have done a lot of research over the years, and we feel that we've found a quality product that will "wow" customers.

Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem—not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
We offer a product called the flavor burst. You can choose from eight different flavors, and the machine will put a ring of colorful flavor around your ice cream. The kids love the exciting colors and the parents love the wonderful flavors it adds to their treat.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
This is a family owned and operated business, and our staff is available to assist customers in any way possible.

10415 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Kolache Factory sates handheld cravings with its sweet and savory sachets stuffed with more than 25 flavorful fillings. The pastry purveyor's innovative bakers put a tasty twist on the traditional fruit-and-poppy-seed kolaches that originated in Eastern Europe, packing them with delectable stuffings, such as pepperoni and mushroom ($1.75 each, $18.90/dozen), bacon, egg, and cheese ($2.49 each, $26.89/dozen), and sausage, jalapeño, and cheese ($1.69 each, $18.25/dozen). Greet the slowly receding swirling darkness of morning with nibbles of sausage and gravy kolaches ($1.85 each, $19.98/dozen), or send taste buds on a rewarding mystery with one of seven fruit options ($1.09 each, $11.77/dozen), each with an airtight alibi involving a fruit stand and a flour truck.

440 Ohio Pike
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Artrageous's chef Teri Scheff has award-winning backgrounds in both ceramic sculpture and the culinary arts, using her dual talents to mold, chisel, and hew only the most scrumptious, statuesque sweets. Snag cute custom cupcakes ($0.65––$3.50 each) topped with icing poodles, ladybugs, or sunflowers to add character to bare cupcake trees. Or choreograph flavors such as chocolate turtle, opera cream, and peanut-butter cup into numeric arrangements to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, or improved credit score. Rich tortes such as the apricot- and raspberry-filled amaretto stone sour refine blasé dinner parties in petite 6-inch ($20) and buff 8-inch ($37) varieties, and the ganache-covered chocolate-mousse bomb makes a perfect visual aid for schooling young CIA agents in the art of defusing an explosive with your mouth.

9799 Prechtel Road
Cincinnati,
OH
US