Bakeries in Oak Hills


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  • Artisan Cake Company
    Artisan cake company specializes in custom designed, sculpted, wedding and specialty fondant cakes, cupcakes and toppers. We make our cakes, buttercream and fondant all from scratch with fresh and delicious ingredients. Every detail is carefully crafted just for you and no two creations are exactly the same.
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    1086 Southwest Tobias Way
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Panera Bread
    Ease your appetite with delicious bites from Panera Bread in Beaverton. Score low-fat and gluten-free eats at Panera Bread. Bring the whole family to Panera Bread, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms. Panera Bread offers a free wifi hot spot — perfect for surfing the web or getting a little work done. Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Panera Bread's seasonally available outdoor seating. You can also grab your grub to go. If you need to feed a big crowd, Panera Bread also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. Panera Bread is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. Tabs at Panera Bread almost never exceed $15, so it's a great low-cost option for any time. Panera Bread offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    3435 SW Cedar Hills Blvd
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Beard Papas-Beaverton
    Beard Papa's traces its origins to 1999 in a simple cream puff shop in Osaka, where bakers whipped up sweet cream-filled pastries from French choux dough. Today, the beloved pastry shop lays claim to storefronts in 15 different countries?all the countries in the world, if you believe George Washington's maps. These shops charm clients across the globe with all-natural cream puffs, chocolate fondants, and other baked goods free from artificial flavoring. Guests savor the otherworldly flavor of rare treats such as a pastry filled with green-tea custard, chewy-crunchy Paris Brest pastries, and fluffy, chewy mochi puffs.
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    10500 Southwest Beaverton Hillsdale Highway
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Great Harvest Bread Co.
    Great Harvest specializes in baking tasty delicacies and healthy, homemade breads ($4.85–$6.50 per loaf) that are high in fiber, free of preservatives, and crafted every day with freshly milled flour. The bread selection changes each day of the week according to a monthly schedule; previous offerings include honey whole wheat and pumpkin swirl. Sandwich enthusiasts can get their fill with Great Harvest's lunch options, including bacon turkey club and classic tuna (around $6.50 each). For carb connoisseurs who prefer breaded delights that are easily juggled, Great Harvest bakes scones, muffins, cookies, and bars (from $1.50 each).
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    2105 NW 185th Ave
    Hillsboro, OR US
  • Momo's Hawaiian Shave Ice
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? We serve authentic Hawaiian shave ice with more than 38 flavors to choose from. We shave our ice from solid blocks to produce a softness that allows the flavors to absorb into the ice. We import our flavors from Hawaii and mix them in-house using only 100% pure cane sugar. What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared? Our most popular offering is our Tiger's Blood (strawberry coconut) flavor with coconut ice cream in the middle and sweetened condensed milk on top. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? There are too many places that advertise [what they call] "shaved ice" but actually sell snow cones (a.k.a. crushed ice) with low-quality sugary-tasting syrups. We love real Hawaiian shave ice (no "d" in "shave"), which is shaved from a solid block and is serve with quality syrups and add-ons. We wanted to do it right! What do you love most about your job? We love hearing comments like "This is amazing!" or "Tastes just like home!"
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    2020 NW Aloclek Dr
    Hillsboro, OR US
  • Rose's Ice Cream
    When Marian and Lew Evans bought the 18 year-old Roses Ice Cream in 1968, they neatly divided the labor: she managed the restaurant, he crafted the ice-cream, and their children worked the lunch counter. Perhaps it's this childhood experience that engendered a true love for the place in their daughter, who took over its operation in 1979. She ran the ice-cream parlor until 1994, when she had to sell it—only to see it torn down just three years later. Finally, in 2007, she joined forces with her brother to rekindle the family business and establish the second Roses Ice Cream. Though modern, this casual eatery follows the precedent set by the original. Throughout the year, the owner and her staff harvest a rainbow of local berries, nuts, and candies, which they blend into the parlor's old-fashioned 14% butter-fat ice cream. Following this painstaking process, they craft more than 30 flavors in 6-gallon batches throughout the year. Sometimes, these flavors change seasonally—shifting from refreshing berry flavors in the spring and summer to heartier pumpkin in the fall and humanely raised snowman in the winter. These classics are accompanied by other frozen treats such as soy-based ice cream, fresh fruit sherbets, and an ice cream sandwich made with snickerdoodle cookie and cinnamon ice cream. To complement the sweeter offerings, Roses also serves savory fare such as soups, salads, and char-broiled local chuck burgers.
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    5011 Northeast 42nd Street
    Portland, OR US
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