Bakeries in North Tonawanda

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  • Vin-Chet Pastry Shop
    Vin-Chet Pastry Shop, founded in 1946, provides a plethora of high-quality, delicious baked treats to eager icing lovers. The luxurious almond ring, a Danish coffee cake infused with almond paste, iced, and then covered with toasted almonds ($8.95), provides a delicious start to the day or an unconventional token of eternal devotion. Snag a cake (starting at $9.50) to add a sweet touch to special events, or take home a gluten-free pizza ($15.95) for a dinner companion that gives you unconditional love. Customers who savor sweet sensations can delight in a variety of pies, from traditional windowsill apple to blueberry and lemon-meringue.
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    2178 Kensington Ave
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Di Camillo Baking Co.
    Four Insider Pagers give Di Camillo's Lewiston location a five-star average rating, and TripAdvisors give the Pine Avenue location an average of 3.5 owl eyes:
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    5329 Main St
    Williamsville, NY US
  • Bagel Jay's
    Like Prometheus stealing fire from the gods to give it to humankind, the founders of Bagel Jay's Bakery and Cafe brought bagels to Western New York in 1976. Since then, owner Bagel Jay has been crafting circular standbys with a menu of freshly baked bagels paired with savory deli meats. Diners dress their hearth-baked bagel with cream-cheese shmears of scallions, vegetable, and cinnamon honey, or construct sandwiches of sliced roasted turkey, hot corned beef, or ham. A steaming cup of Jakee's Java and a breakfast bagel with bacon and cheese help jump-start the morning, and classic tuna salad fortifies muscles after a long day of playing Jenga with railroad ties.
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    2206 Millersport Hwy.
    Getzville, NY US
  • Sugar by Trish
    Utilizing fresh ingredients and her grandmother's recipe, Trish of Sugar by Trish fashions handmade sugar cookies into celebratory treats for any occasion. A cookie bouquet blooms with sugary sweets baked directly on a stick and arranged in a complimentary keepsake box. The oven-warmed arrangements cheerily celebrate occasions such as birthdays, pet fondness, new babies, and a cookie jar's first words. Bouquets range from small to large ($25–$40) and lovingly assemble 6 to 12 decorated desserts in carefully wrapped plastic with matching ribbons. Icing aficionados can request customized cookie assortments, such as cookies decorated like brussels sprouts to trick kids into eating their dessert.
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    3949 Welland St
    Niagara Falls, ON CA
  • Criveller Cakes Chocolate & Pastry Boutique
    Criveller Cakes & Pastries is an elegant European-style patisserie lined with rows of truffles, chocolates, and other tasty temptations prepared from scratch by a master pastry chef. Criveller's truffles are edible pieces of art, giving eyes some consolation for never experiencing flavour outside of mentholated eye drops. Sink teeth into a sweet sculpture flavoured with amaretto, champagne, cherry, coffee, cognac, hazelnut, ice wine, Irish cream, and strega. Chocolates come in a variety of shapes, from hearts to shells to strawberries, and are available in 21 flavours that include scotch milk chocolate, grape ice wine milk chocolate, white chocolate, and mint dark chocolate among their noble ranks. Choose your own assortment or pick up a pre-made variety pack in the store.
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    4435 Portage Rd
    Niagara Falls, ON CA
  • BeaverTails
    Canadian BeaverTails started from a family recipe more than 30 years ago: fried dough in the cylindrical shape of a beaver tail, topped with sugary delights. The treat has since become iconic—there are 115 Canadian BeaverTails locations throughout the country, and U.S. President Barack Obama reportedly made it a point to try one of the pastries when he visited Ottawa in 2009. After a piece of whole-wheat dough is stretched into the shape of the national animal’s tail, it gets float-cooked in canola oil, and then dressed with delectable spreads and toppings. The pastries come in a variety of flavours, separated into several categories: Classic, Indulgent, and Decadent. The Classic version features cinnamon and sugar. Meanwhile the Indulgent variety includes flavours such as maple butter with chocolate sauce, and the Decadent BeaverTails add richer toppings such as chocolate hazelnut with Reese’s pieces.
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    4967 Clifton Hill
    Niagara Falls, ON CA

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