Every other time I had driven by, I noticed that no matter what time of day, if the shop is open the tables out front of the bakery were filled with people. Visiting with friends. Having a coffee with their newspaper. Taking a break from walking the dog. Or just stopping for some goodies.
So I figured, when with the locals, do as the locals do. I easily twisted my own arm (how does that happen?) and went in for a look. And let's be frank here: I would definitely be coming out with something good.
Inside the shop were cases and shelves of breads, bagels, and pastries of all sorts. Breakfast and lunch selections were available, and after I
This is a unique coffee shop that reflects the warmth of the owner. Friendly staff and a pleasant outdoor cafe-like area offer a pleasant place to sit and enjoy your coffee and goodies.
The shop was bursting at the seams, and every which way I looked there was something that made me smile. The entrance to the bake room:
A painting on the wall behind me:
I made my selection, and headed outside to find a shady spot to enjoy my coffee and cheese danish.
Since I am not from Lititz, I am not concerned a bit about what people were thinking when I began to swoon and moan after biting into my cheese danish. I was transported away somewhere in breakfast bliss, and oops, I almost forgot to take a picture, but here it is anyway:
|It was bigger than my whole hand!|
Do you know of any others?