What a runway wants to be. !!! Is correct. Everything good as I remember. Sandwich on the sack was great. And that doesn't say anything about the pastries. Had to take them home !!
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I was there for donuts with friends on Black Friday. The hot chocolate was delicious and the pastries/donuts were out of this world!
I had always wanted to go here, but it hadn't worked out on past trips to McCook. Bieroc Cafe and Sehnert's Bakery exceeded my expectations. As a woman traveling alone, I am sometime uncomfortable when I go into a local cafe, mostly because everyone there knows I am a stranger. I felt completely at home there. They made sure I... More
Instead of driving I80 through Nebraska on our way to Colorado, my wife and I took then"backroads" (no disrespect), which in this case was Hwy 6/34 south of the interstate. That turned out to be a great move since it was a beautiful drive, much less stress with hardly any traffic, and as a bonus one of the best little... More
but they don't want to be. This is a delicious small-town bakery. We only stopped for a mid-morning refreshment (iced coffee for my wife, iced tea for me, and a shared apple fritter). The pastry was amazing. The coffee was adequate. The service was very friendly, and the building itself was is very cool. Take the time to sit among... More
Outstanding Biroc lunch. It was far the best Bieroc I've ever had. Pastries were among the best I've ever had.
Fun at the Bieroc with live entertainment and great food and drink. Something unusual for our area that is distant from the main path of entertainers. Food is great because the Sehnert family has been in the bakery business since the early 1500s in Germany.
Their pastries are fresh, delicious and bear no resemblance to the stuff that is sold in the supermarkets. We had coffee and donuts(cinnamon rolls) & glazed donuts. We took our coffee out front to sit in the sun and got so involved with chatting we stayed long enough to have a delicious lunch with our relatives. They had all gathered... More
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