A couple of weeks ago, I stopped in to the new-ish Lighthouse Bakery located on East Main Street, directly across from Whaler’s Inn and tucked back in that little alley.
There is a full breakfast and lunch menu posted, and a couple of tables available, but I was meeting up with some friends, so I decided to grab a few of the pastries that were lounging in the glass-fronted case.
The proprietor assured me that all the baked goods are made fresh, right on the premises. I didn’t need much convincing because the commercial mixer sold the story. There was not a wide selection from which to choose, but everything that was available looked good to me.
And everything was good. The pastry was light and fluffy. I like a little cheese with my Danish, and Lighthouse Bakery does not disappoint. If your sweet tooth is not as pronounced as mine, the fruit-only variety was also delicious.
I’m smack in the middle of the 10-Day Detox that Every Single Person In The World is doing so, at this moment, I’m gazing longingly at these close up shots. I miss you, sugar.
Let’s look at just one more. Yum. Where were we? Oh, yes. Lighthouse Bakery. In the summer months, there are tables and chairs outside, and it’s a nice spot for an al fresco meal. I love that we have so many non-chain dining options here in town, and it’s important to support these independent ventures. This little place is clearly a labor of love for the owner, and he aims to please.
Lighthouse Bakery is open Monday through Saturday from 6:30 am until 4 pm, and on Sundays from 6:30 am until 2 pm.
21 E Main Street