Best Baked Goods in the ‘Burgh
If you’re planning to get something sweet for Valentine’s Day, need to load up the cookie table at your Pittsburgh wedding, or just want to know where to get the flakiest croissants in the city, the City Cast team has you covered. We're rounding up some of the best treats we've tried from local bakeries that cater to everyone.
Our recommendations in this episode:
Jean-Marc Chatellier's French Bakery in Millvale
Five Points Artisan Bakeshop in Squirrel Hill
Enrico Biscotti Co. in the Strip District
Nancy B’s Bakery in West Homestead
Bethel Bakery in Bethel Park
Allegro Hearth Bakery in Squirrel Hill
350 Bakery on the South Side
The Butterwood Bake Consortium in Lawrenceville
La Gourmandine Bakery in Lawrenceville, Mt. Lebanon, Hazelwood and Downtown
Prantl’s Bakery in Shadyside, Squirrel Hill and on the North Side
Madeline Bakery & Bistro in Wilkinsburg
Paddy Cake Bakery in Bloomfield
Country Pie Shoppe in Mount Pleasant and Donegal
Driftwood Oven in Lawrenceville
Pink Box Bakery in Squirrel Hill
Piebird in Lawrenceville
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