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By: Tim M.
Saint Amon Baking Company
My wife and I stop there on are trip to Tulsa and got some bake goods and we have to say we loved everything we got from saint amon and the service was top notch ...we will differently stop there again when we are in Tulsa .....thank you guys at Saint Amon awesome pastry ...
By: Linda H.
Little J's Bake Shop & Coffee
If you like REAL homebaked style bakery items this is where you need to go! The chocolate chip cookies are filled with chocolate chunks and gooey when you bite into them! The pastry on the single serving quiche we had was so flakey and the filling was just as fabulous! They serve specialty coffees and what looked like fabulous pies and cakes. This is definitely a hidden treasure! Wherever you are coming from, it's worth the drive!
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By: Michele B.
Anns Bakery
My daughters wedding cake was exactly what we order. It was beautiful and delicious. Our grooms cake what to the T!!! So delicious too! We had sugar and chocolate chip cookies for our gift table. He were so delicious and the perfect size. My family is craving all of Ann's Bakery delicious edible's.
By: luciane.teles.3
Cupcakes By Lu
THE BEST CUPCAKES in the word!!!
By: holly.doshier
Cupcakes By Lu
Incredibly moist cupcakes with the creamiest frostings. A decent variety of flavors.
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