Bought an expensive blueberry coffee cake that looked beautiful. Got it home to Cape Cod, cut it open only to find the blueberry filling covered with mold!
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This is a nice little bakery that fills up quickly, but the efficient staff makes wait times minimal. They have a bit of outdoor seating, but not much. Like all good bakeries, they make the choice here difficult and everything looks great. I had blueberry...More
If you want really good home baked desserts and fresh coffee this is the place. Their choices of fresh baked goods, from cakes to cookies, are many and then you can get your choice of fresh coffee in different flavors and strengths.
Very good blueberry smoothie, yummy almond croissants, great scones... cocoa left a little to be desired (almost no chocolate flavor). Love the blueberry pies.
Longing for a wild blueberry pie and this place is the best!! The blueberry filling was bursting with flavor and not the overly sweet canned filling but true blueberry flavor. Filling was firm and didn’t run all over the plate with the first cut. Yes,...More
The lines out the door will lead you in. Coffee is outstanding & the baked goods are truly second to none (be sure to grab a slice of lemon blueberry cake with sour cream frosting - OMG.) Just be careful---one weekend spent in Ogunquit, visiting...More
My husband and I were so excited to go to bread and roses for breakfast and coffee, but we were so disappointed with what we got. The staff was rude, and made it seem like it was a burden to assist us. We each got...More
We had had this coffee place recommended to us and it didn't disappoint, the vanilla bean was just delicious! Also the blueberry scone was just delightful! Order the small or medium though, they are deceptive in size, way bigger than you think. I wish that...More
Veggie breakfast biscuit is so delicious! Coffee drinks (so nice they have soy & almond milks) and pastries (try the whoopie pies & the baked apple pastry) are amazing. Definitely the place to go for a wonderful treat while in Ogunquit.