Excellent Sicilian goodies to take out or eat there. Additionally, great sandwiches and light lunch.
This is by far my favorite Italian Bakery in Denver. Fantastic Tiramisu, Cannolis, Pignolis, Ciabatta, cookies, cakes and more. Also has a connected wine shop. A little hard to find- tucked in a corner of a tiny strip mall with several burial and cremation businesses. But then again, this is pastry to die for.
Always liked them but never understood the raves. But, I picked up four tonight for a dinner party we were having. Pistachio and chocolate. And, I have to say, I finally got cannolis. :) I will have to avoid this place because of possible pistachio cannoli overdose. While I was there I also got a loaf of ciabatta bread which... More
The owners are Italian, and they know ciabatta. Every time I'm in the area, I stop to get at least three loaves of ciabatta. I have even frozen it, and it is nearly as great as when I bring it home fresh. Bring on the olive oil, a little salt and pepper, and I'm in heaven.
This small shop with 5 tables includes the best Italian bakery in the metro-Denver area! They serve breakfast (a couple of egg and meat sandwiches) and all-day meatball or sausage sandwiches or sausage calzone ($6.50) Also generous pizza by the slice. Cannoli are fresh ($3.25); outstanding bread too. All made by expert Sicilian bakers. Unassuming in appearance, but you will... More
My DH found this place because it is next door to a Polish deli. This bakery is amazing! We had lunch there, sausage calzones. Probably the best calzone I have had! We also got an assortment of cookies and canolli to go. They were delish! The biscotti were also great! A great find! Can't wait to go back!
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