A flaky danish enfolds prunes and almond paste. A banana-cream pie sports tufts of fresh-whipped cream. There’s a certain nostalgic quality to the baked goods at La Bonbonniere Bake Shoppe, which is fitting for a place whose origins date back to 1952, the year nostalgia was discovered. Each morning, seasoned bakers whip up cupcakes, batches of real buttercream frosting, and sugar-laced pastries. They also knead dough for nearly a dozen varieties of bread including french, rye, and pumpernickel.
Though sweets are the shop’s focus, they have a full-catering menu with soups, sandwiches, and hot meals. In addition, they offer a wide variety of canned jams and salsa, plus organic dog treats.
Inside Buttery Bake Shoppe, bakers spend their days crafting a range of homemade treats using only kosher ingredients. They create custom cakes, which they decorate for special occasions, or hearty loaves of bread that add a rustic feel to meals throughout the day. They are perhaps best known for their pastries and sweets, such as soft cookies straight from the oven or chocolate-covered brownies on a stick, which burst with rich flavors like a stock brokers' food fight.
Trays of colorful, frosted cookies and cakes fill the glass case inside The Buttery Bake Shoppe. Behind these sit wire baskets overflowing with muffins, pastries, and baguettes that give the small bakery the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked bread. The staff is always happy to help customers navigate the large selection with recommendations.
Grill N Fill Bagels stops morning and midday hunger dead in its tracks with a menu of fresh-from-the-oven bagels, deli sandwiches, salads, and soups. Chefs boil and bake breakfast rings daily, serving 14 different flavors, including blueberry and whole wheat. Freshly sliced bagels are then cemented together with butter or cream-cheese spreads that are made from scratch every day. Lunchtime eaters can flip their favorite Third Eye Blind CD to choose between triple-decker clubs and the restaurant’s signature three-layer sloppy joes.
For more than a quarter-century, Interstate Caterers has made meals easier for administrators, party-planners, and anyone looking to feed people by the pack. Empanadas, tamales, and pupusas add a dollop of Latin American flavors to fetes, while pizza cones take cues from ice cream parlors by wrapping all the ingredients of a slice in a savory cylinder of flaky dough. Trays of italian sausage and barbecue rib tips pair nicely with salad or with a second tray of meat.
Cuisine Type: Indian bakery-style eggless cakes and cookies
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 5–10
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Pineapple, butterscotch cakes and pastries
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Pro Tip: Please try different varieties of food to figure out which one you like the best.
Do you use any family recipes at your restaurant? Whose family do they belong to (the chef, the owner, or someone else)?
We use the recipes based on the Country Oven franchise which was established over 25 years ago in Hyderabad, India.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
This is an Indian bakery with different varieties of pastry cakes both regular and eggless. We also sell puffs, cookies and eggless ice creams in multiple Flavors. We specialize in both regular and eggless wedding cakes, sweet sixteen cakes and cakes for all other momentous occasions.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We specialize in eggless cakes.