I stopped in and got a cheese croissant, pleasantly surprised that there wasn't a lot of sugar glaze covering their baked items, as is common in so many bakeries today.My croissant was very good, a light flaky pastry, with just a dab of cheese on the inside. I could hardly taste the filling, there could have been a tad more, but it was still good. My only disappointment was that they did not offer a guava cheese pastry, which I thought was common in south Florida.
My receipt shows that Richard was the counter person that helped me. He was patient, answered any questions I had, and had a friendly nature. The cafe had several people relaxing, some friends, a family, and another couple coming in as I left. Seemed like a nice place to linger and enjoy some coffee and a light meal or snack. I had to get on my way but next time I am in Sarasota, I'd go back to Pastry Art again.