The scents of sugar and spices waft from the doors of Syd’s Bakery, evoking in lucky passersby memories of childhood birthday parties and trips to Grandma’s house. This scrumptious perfume is the byproduct of recipes developed in the kitchens of Hungary, Russia, and Poland—recipes that continue to earn new fans with each bite of the bakery’s cookies, tea cakes, and coffee cakes. Sitting on racks beside their Old World brethren, more than a dozen styles of classic American cookies teem with mix-ins such as chocolate chunks, peanut butter, and coconut flakes. Hand-rolled raised donuts also line the shelves, their insides brimming with colorful jams but not a gram of trans fat.
The bakers flex their artistic muscles when constructing cakes, which range from 6-inch rounds to full sheets that serve up to 90 wedding or graduation-party guests. When customizing cakes for special occasions, customers may choose from six icings, 12 fillings, and more than 20 swirlable cake flavors, which range from milk chocolate to pink champagne. An edible image or hand-drawn greeting makes each cake both tasty and informative, like a pie chart made of real pie.
The Schaked family's passion for chocolate spans three generations and the same number of continents, culminating in the current locally and family-owned Schakolad Chocolate Factory (the business name's a blend of the family's name and the word chocolate). Founder Bernie started learning the art of chocolate in his father-in-law's Argentinian chocolate factory, before studying the confection in Europe and moving to Florida to open his own shop. Now son Edgar runs the business, whose cornerstone principle is having all the chocolates made on the premises of each of its franchise locations. That results in fresh treats and allows room for creativity. Schakolad specializes in boxes of assorted chocolates, and also prepares kosher and vegan varieties.
Flaky crusts and rich decadence fill Country Grains Market, and baked-goods fanatics are encouraged to check out this highly-acclaimed bakery.
Heading to Country Grains Market for a tasty meal? Drive on over and park in a matter of seconds.
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Hitting the mid-range mark, Country Grains Market s prices are perfectly reasonable for food that goes above and beyond.
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Flaky crusts and rich decadence fill Brieschke's Bakery, and baked-goods fanatics are encouraged to check out this highly-acclaimed bakery.
At Brieschke's Bakery, drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area.
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Just know that when you're hankering for a pastry or craving a cookie, the tastiest treats are in store at Brieschke's Bakery.
Swing by Biggby Coffee for your next meal in Sylvania.
Complimentary wifi is available as well.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Biggby Coffee's beautiful outdoor seating area.
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A meal at Biggby Coffee will typically set you back about $30.
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$15 can't buy you much, but it can buy you an amazing meal at Earth To Oven Bakery.