Alon's Bakery & Market at Park Place
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30346
7:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Mon - Fri
7:00 am - 9:00 pm
8:00 am - 9:00 pm
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Phone: (770) 394-4603
Primary Phone: (770) 804-0800
Phone: (770) 530-3861
Phone: (770) 804-0800
Phone: (770) 730-9909
General InfoFounded in 1992, Alon's Bakery & Market serves an assortment of gourmet-prepared food items, appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches and beverages. It offers a selection of European-style pastries, cookies, artisan breads, bars, pies, tarts and wedding cakes. The bakery also provides more than 120 varieties of cheese from various local and global producers. It offers chicken, beef and vegetable stocks. Alon's Bakery & Market prepares desserts that are made from chocolates, including Scharffen Berger, Valrhona and El Rey. It hosts several wine-tasting events and provides catering services. The bakery has a coffee bar that offers locally roasted coffees from Batdorf & Bronson. It also offers online ordering options. Alon's Bakery & Market additionally offers gift cards of various denominations.
Park Place Shopping Ctr
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Bagels, Bakeries
Price Range : Average
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I worked in the Perimeter area for about 4 years and frequented this location often for lunch. We also ordered box lunches and catered breakfast items such as muffins and bagels for meetings at the office. The food is always fresh and they have some of the best gelato and macaroons you will find in the city.
- DetailsEdited: 09/12/2016
If you're all about indie and gourmet foods, here is a place of significance. The fromage and fruit preserves are endless. The best selection I've seen in the metropolitan. My Israeli breakfast included two types of cheese (cheddar and goat cheese), dayum it's the creamiest cheeses I've tasted! The jams were seedless and smooth spread; country French bread was thin and fresh.
The groceries are somewhat pricey but if artisanal and organic appeals to you, the price is not questionable because the quality is worth it. The staff is pretty knowledgeable and friendly, and they're happy to give samples and product info. There's no wait to be seated, plus food service is speedy. I love this place for a quick snack or meal. Moreover, the foods are guilt free. You'll be impressed if you're interested in all natural everything.
Alon's was absolutely delicious! I mainly eat a plant based diet so this place was vegetarian paradise! There were a number of delicious salads. The icing on the cake was when I discovered that they also had fresh macarons! A➕
I love this little spot to grab a quick sandwich. It's located right across from Perimeter mall and has a wide variety of quick foods and the dessert selection is amazing.
Great breakfast, lunch, or anytime place. Delicious pastries, salads, sandwiches, and unique sides. Yum!
Best bakery intown. Great baked goods and fantastic sandwiches. The original VaHi location is the best
Expensive but worth it! The coffee bar is fantastic and offers a frequent visit punch card (10 or so and your next coffee is free).
The desserts are great with my current obsession being the colorful little macaroon cookies. The almond one is my favorite.
Sandwiches are great, service is always polite if somewhat overwhelmed by the customers, and I'm always tempted by the luxury grocery items.
The service at the prepared food counter is Horrible. I have complained to the owners twice now. This past Sunday wanted to try something before purchasing. This is customary. But, the guy behind the counter said ""no"". I asked him for his name - he said ""raymond"". But, come to find out that wasn't his name. I spoke with the manager on duty about it and all he said was ""it is too spicy for you"". That's the response you get from the MANAGER!!! Yikes!!! Was expecting an appology and let me help you out, but never got it. called the owners again and was told they didn't know a Raymond. I plan to find this guy's name and expose his nastiness to the world. Apparently, they don't get it - and it does affect the profits of their business. Poor service gets noted and people spend their hard earned $$$ somewhere else. Must be they have more business than they need. The poor service I have seen is to the manager level. How do you quantify lost revenue? Well, I have friends that live near both locations and they don't go there anymore. I can see why. The really need to work on their service problems.
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