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January 13, 2012


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This is a beautiful post with beautiful pics, and it's exactly what NYCR is about. I now feel like I have an understanding of what the food is about - but also what the owners are about. Makes me want to take a day trip to Skaneateles.

GAWD. You make me miss NY SO much.

A lovely review of a wonderful place to eat.

I want a scone and a bag full of doughnuts. Now.

I am proud to say that I very recently indulged in their morning yummies (a week + 2days ago) and couldn't agree with you more. It was nearly impossible to resist eating everything behind the glass. I regret not ordering a donut or two now! We ordered breakfast sandwiches and they were FANTASTIC. Not necessarily your usual either. Mine was a frittata on focaccia with carmelized onions. We returned to the Bakery because we remembered how good it was in June 2011 (before the current owners). It was as good as ever. This was a deserving eatery to cover, no doubt!

Chris and Katie! So excited to see your review on the cork report...who would've thought my best friend's older brother and his wife would start this sweet bakery, not back home in Mass, but out here where I live now...I am so happy for you! It was so nice to have all of our friends and family from back home trying an entirely finger lakes beer and wine list (another kudos to these owners!) at your wedding, never thinking the two of you moving out here would bring even more deliciousness along. These folks are truly special people and I'm so glad that we have made this place a great new home outside of New England. Cheers and congrats! Jenna L. (also, thanks for having the Cabernet Sauvignon at the wedding, the Carrie's have ordered two cases since then!)

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