Bakeries in Tonawanda


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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.
2178 Kensington Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US
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.
2206 Millersport Hwy
Getzville,
NY
US
Zillycakes specializes in custom-made treats designed to-order and handcrafted with fresh ingredients. Delve into this cornucopia of miniaturized confections with your choice of six large cupcakes (regularly $2.95 each, including toppings and sprinkles), which you can customize by cake flavor, frosting flavor, and an additional topping. Sidle up to the bakery's cupcake bar, where you can design your own and then stick around to say "cheers" through a mouthful of fresh cupcake. Yellow cake with buttercream, chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or ganache, and red-velvet cake with cream flavors are always available, along with four seasonally selected flavors that change monthly; one of them is always vegan. Past specialty offerings have included peach amaretti with peach buttercream and vegan lemon with vanilla frosting and fresh blueberries, while regular toppings include options such as rainbow sprinkles, lavender buds, and peanut-butter Captain Crunch. Zillycakes has all the specialty ingredients to build the cupcake of your dreams, except for those who dream of cupcakes topped with adorable, buttercream-coated puppies.
1008 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US
The frosting generals at Fairy Cakes Cupcakery create sweets for special occasions and everyday noshing. Bakers construct handheld foundations for sweet frostings, bride and groom figurines, or G.I. Joes in a variety of gourmet flavors including brown sugar, carrot, and the formidable Buffalo hot wing. Customers can see their cakes dolloped with a choice of decadent frostings such as cookie-dough buttercream, lemon curd, and chocolate ganache. Star attractions include Candy Bar Craze, which introduces rich vanilla cake to milk-chocolate frosting topped with sliced Snickers pieces, and the Coconut Cloud, rich with buttercream bliss. Like the best food fights, some cupcakes can be made gluten-free. Since the chefs bake a limited amount of cakes each day, dessert seekers in the mood for something specific should try to give Fairy Cakes at least 24–48 hours' notice.
289 Parkside Avenue
Buffalo,
NY
US
Linda Battaglia arrives at her bakery every morning at 7:30. She could sleep in, but then she wouldn't have time to roll every cannoli shell by hand, fill them with freshly made ricotta, and prepare the other 50 to 75 traditional items she and her team bake fresh daily. These recipes extend a legacy set forth more than 40 years ago by Romano Leonardi, who passed the eatery on to Linda and her mother in 2000. These Old World baked goods and techniques have earned a loyal following in the community and profiles on the WKBW morning news. A bright glow spreads across the bakery's glass cases lined with cream and ricotta puffs, napoleons, and mousse-filled éclairs made that very day. The cookie selection includes fig and chocolate-ball varieties and almond and anise biscotti, all of which can be shipped across the country. Clients can work with the bakers to design a specialty wedding cake topped with newlywed figurines dancing, holding hands, or folding one another's laundry.
725 Kenmore Avenue
Buffalo,
NY
US
Your next meal awaits at Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe in Buffalo. Healthy food is in, as it should be, come here for a tasty, low-fat and gluten-free bite. With Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe's wide selection of refreshments available, you can tap into the drink menu early in the evening. Tots and tykes will be right at home at Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe with its kid-approved food and ambience. Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe can seat both large and small groups. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful weather during your meal at Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the restaurant. The super-affordable fare at Romeo and Juliet's Bkry and Cafe will definitely make your budget happy too — prices are almost always under $15.
1292 Hertel Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US
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