Stopped here on a road trip to Reno and I'm glad we did. Tiny little old fashioned bakery and coffee house. Super friendly and so cheap. Recommend 😜😋
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The High Sierra is an old-time bakery is located on Hwy 395. Stopped in for lunch and ordered the Dunderhead sandwich. The Dunderhead is a turkey sandwich, with lettuce, cranberry and toasted almonds on sliced sourdough bread. It is enough for two people to share....More
My friend and I took a hot springs trip for her birthday, and wanted chocolate cake. There wasn't any here when we arrived close to the 3 pm closing time. There were lots of pastries, though. I bought a chocolate croissant and a brownie that...More
Started in 1952, a cool little small town icon. I found gluten-free macaroons that were delish - and I don't even usually like macaroons but these had walnuts and were rich and filling. My friend loved the croissants. They have sandwiches and salads, too, so...More
I had a Ham and Cheese Croissant with coffee to go. The service is great and the people are very friendly. The Croissant was O.K. but I've had better at La Bou. Many coffee and baked good choices. Great atmosphere.
I stopped on my way out of town on a Monday. (They are closed on Sundays.) They had a decent selection of baked goods. I had the maple turtle and it was pretty good.
Wanting something unique for breakfast, I ventured to this bakery and purchased some of the most delightful pastries I have ever had ANYWHERE. An eclair - chocolate - with the lightest flakiest crust imaginable, a crumb caked (once again very light and flaky) donut, and...More
Found it a bit odd that the bakery items were served cold. We were not asked if we wanted them heated and the microwave was not pointed out. Good thing we checked before leaving. Latte was good but only had two sizes. I need a...More