The article says Decatur and the map shows Buckhead, which is it?
In one word, delicious.
Gorgeous space. Same quality as Cakes & Ale. Wonderful addition to the neighborhood. Location makes it easily accessible to Reynoldstown residents.
They are well worth the price, which is about double what this article says.
My husband and I ate at the Village Corner Restaurant and Bakery on 11/1/2014 around 8pm. We have been there many times to eat as it has been one of our favorite places to go whenever we had a little extra money to treat ourselves. We ordered our food, ate, and paid our ticket when it was time to leave. We are a young married couple expecting our second child due in a few weeks. Before we left I decided to order cake to take home. While ordering cake at the front of the store my husband was approached by an angry manager telling him that we only left an $00.80 tip and that she was "pissed". Once I saw the woman becoming agitated and angry with my husband by her body language, I approached her and asked her what was the problem. She explained to me that whenever we eat there we do not tip so "we don't need to eat there if we can't afford it." I explained to the woman that I was 9 months pregnant and we are very tight on money at the moment. She answered back by saying "Well then why are you buying cake then?" The extra money we had to buy cake was given to me by my mother who wanted us to order cake before leaving. I told her that paying a tip was not a part of the law and once again we left what we could. She then gets very angry and goes to the back to call someone else. Then comes out a man who doesn't even listen to our situation, he just starts waving us out of the door. While my husband and I are trying to explain to him what is going on without raising our voices, cursing, or being rude, the man has a very aggressive attitude towards us. He called me ignorant as well as many other down grading names simply for not having enough money to leave a tip. He also kept looking at my husband telling him "get her out of here" and "don't bring her out in public because she doesn't know how to behave" and "be a man and control her". I am a young black woman married to a young white man. And we both could tell why this man was directing all his anger and hate on me and not my husband, even though the both of us were not being rude or disrespectful. Then the woman (manager) comes back out and tells us that we need to go outside. I tell her that I am 9 months pregnant and it is 40 degrees outside, we paid for our food, and we are waiting for our ride that would be there in 20 minutes. We were not about to sit out in the cold and wait. She said she would call the cops. We told her to call them then because we did nothing wrong. She gets angry once she sees we are not leaving and goes to the back to call someone to rough handle us out of the door. Out comes a man from the back. I begin trying to explain to him what is happening and the woman (manager) gets angry that the man is actually trying to listen to my situation and tells him to go back to the back. A few minutes later my step father comes in and ask the manager and the other man what is going on? They don't try to explain, they simply tell him "get these people out of here". At this point the police officer arrives and we step outside and begin explaining the situation. The police officer says it was too cold out there to stand out and talk, that we would go back in the restaurant and speak. Note, it is too cold for a police officer to stand outside for 5 minutes. Yet, they wanted a 9 month pregnant woman to stand outside for 20 minutes because she couldn't afford a tip. He questioned us about the situation and went to talk to the manager. When he came back he said he could tell by the managers voice and body language what this was all about and that he apologized for the situation. He told us the best thing to do was never eat there again and get with a lawyer to file a discrimination report.I am reaching out to as many people who can help me share my story.
I walked into this bakery the other day. I heard hateful things being said and bullying. Catharine Krasnow was yelling at one of her employees and making fun of him being disabled and his
Disability's. I was so disgusted I walked out. This woman sounds horrible. I talked to other locals that have been in there and walked out. I talked to one customer in particular that told the employee that he should call the department of labor and the police because from this local customer I talked to she has hit him before. With how I heard her talk when I was in the store and hearing how Psychotic she sounded. I just wish I would have said something and stuck up for this employee. I regret not doing so. I hope he takes the advice of the other customer that spoke to him.
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Great locally owned doughnut shop. Make sure you try the apple or blueberry fritters. They cost a little more but are worth it.
I really wanted a yummy piece of cake. The selection eas very limited. It was possibly the worst piece of carrot cake I have ever had. The cake was dry and the frosting had zero flavor with a rubbery consistency. I am not sure why people go to this establishment.
The strawberry filled and the Reese's...yummy!
Our website address is www.BBsBagels.net
So savory. Piece of Cake is like Paula Deen came by with an icing cannon and shot it all up in your mouth. Also, the cake is so moist. If you eat the cake with southern women one will always say "oh, y'all, this cake is so MOIST, where did y'all get this?" To which you'll answer, "Piece of Cake, hon."
Been a huge fan of the one in Marietta since it opened. Highly recommend.
Bagel Palace is a great authenic NY Deli with great bagels and all the NY pastries. The atmosphere is excellent. I feel like I am back in NY when I am there.
everything about this gem is amazing-from the health conscious preparation to the overly-indulgent portions to the punctual service, i have never had a bad experience or meal from HB. i will admit sitting outside it my favorite, but the tables (as mentioned above) do go quickly. great place to take otp's or go for a date with friends, you will pretty much enjoy highland bakery every single time.
the alpharetta one pwns
im fat now
The link to the website for Alpine Bakery and Trattoria is correct, HOWEVER, the address and phone number are for SWISS Alpine Bakery...a totally different place. No connection whatsoever. Alpine Bakery and Trattoria is not owned by a French couple and, although there are many amazing desserts, pain aux chocolat is not among them. Only lunch and dinner are served at AB&T....no breakfast.
the crossaints are fabulous, but someone should let them know that bacon can be cooked more than one way (waaay too crispy) service was good and staff was friendly. I imagine i'll be back at some point.
You will do well to stay away from the larger than life peanut butter cookie but the chocolate bread pudding is one of the most delicious desserts I have ever had. This pudding is like eating fudge and a larger than life slice can last for days. A daily smaller slice will do it, with its richness. Kudos on this....
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