Tuesday, September 27, 2011

A Little Something Bakery

Park Road in West Hartford has been improving rapidly in recent years as a destination for small, local retail stores, often food-related.  This good storefront bakery is new in the past year.  

30 comments:

brattcat said...

did you stop in and get something?

Karl said...

Haaaa... such a lovely little store, I love it! And the name is so sweet!

Cezar and Léia said...

The window shop is beautiful with those flowers!So nice place to go shop!I like this idea!
Léia

Halcyon said...

The name tempts me already! And I love that cute facade. Have you tried anything there??

Luis Gomez said...

Great store front Jack!

Jacob said...

I love these kinds of stores and am very happy to see a increase in them...maybe if it happens in Hartford it will happen other places, too.

Can you testify to the goodness of their goods?

Kate said...

Oh, I hope that this shop has wonderful success. It looks welcoming and has a European air to it.

Sharon said...

Did you stop in for a little something? I would have been tempted for sure.

Lynette said...

Inviting storefront for customers, to be sure.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Nice to see this instead of a chain store. Downtown Tempe, Arizona, had a lot of quaint stores, then the chains moved in, driving the rents higher, the local shops have disappeared, and now it is too similar to what you would see at most malls and has eroded some of its charm.

lizziviggi said...

It's so cute! Of course, it really doesn't matter WHAT it looks like-- if it's a bakery, I have to go in.

Pet said...

You should have a look at this other "bakery", posted today too:
http://parisandbeyond-genie.blogspot.com/2011/09/boulangerie-au-levain-du-marais.html
They could come together on a Post under the name America vs Paris ( or something like that) :-)

Randy said...

Looks like a tempting place.

Edita said...

a little something sweet...why not;)

joo said...

I would love to buy there! Gorgeous little shop:)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This might be a little hard to pass by Jack, mmmm fresh pasties and coffee!!

Sylvia K said...

I know I couldn't pass this one up! Marvelous, inviting little bakery and now I'm suddenly starving for breakfast! I wish there was A Little Something Bakery in my neighborhood!! Enjoy your day, Jack!

Sylvia

Malyss said...

I like the name of this place, it says it all! And now, pliiize, tell us if you bought a little something there!Ü

Irina said...

The little stores like this one make the impression of any city unforgettable. Did you buy smth?

Virginia said...

Oh I'll have a little something alright. how about a sackful of pains au chocolat for starters?
V

EG Wow said...

I bet many people are attracted to this shop.

jennyfreckles said...

That would soon entice me in. It must have been closed though - no bread in the windows.

Regina K said...

I want to know what was inside. It is a nice photo but something about the word bakery creates the desire to know what kind of baked goods are inside.

Bruce Clark said...

Love the colors...how is the food? Always on the look out for good food.

T. Becque said...

I love that name! Wish more independent shops would thrive nowadays, I've always enjoyed the more unique places.

SRQ said...

It's an inviting storefront ... very cute. I hope they succeed in these tough economic times.

Leif Hagen said...

Did someone say bakery?! Speaking of cakes and baked goodies, please join us tomorrow, Jack, for some birthday cake on my blog...

Cildemer said...

Such a beautiful storefront! Love it!

Cindy said...

Sweet place! Do you get the free "Edible" magazine in Hartford? We have one called Edible Cape Cod. They are often found in a place like this.

JM said...

What a lovely look! It's irresistable, I would go in.