Attached to the Vintage Plaza Hotel, they bake the pastries in house. Prices are very reasonable. The croissants and brioche were the best.
At this bakery, you can get my all time favorite bread, the peppadew pepper ciabatta. This is no secret, and because of that these loaves sell out. Peppadew is a mild pickled pepper from south africa, and is just that little bit of sweet and depth of flavor in the bread dough. Seriously delicious. Next time I try to buy... More
Although this little bakery looked fantastic on the outaide, by 9:30 am on a Friday morning, there were only two choices for pastries. So we had a bran muffin (the last one) and a chocolate croissant. Both were stone cold. It would have been nice if they were warmed, but that wasn't offered. The latte was pretty good. All in... More
I really want to like this place, but when the staff repeatedly screw up my orders it makes it hard to come back. The good: Food and coffee are all very tasty, which is why I have kept coming back. The bad: While the scones are very tasty, they are routinely so over-baked they explode into a thousand tiny crumbs... More
Pazzoria has the best croissants since my last trip to France and Italy; just fantastic. Also, the coffee is rich and full. My wife liked the cranberry scone. Highly recommended for a light breakfast, and infinitely better then the typical grim hotel breakfasts imposed on undiscriminating victims. Pazzoria is conveniently across the street from the Marriott City Center.
Watched the Rose Parade from here and went back during our trip because the food and wine were good! It was just as good the second time around!
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