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Paul's Bakery
Cuisines: American
Description: Paul is a world class chef and his funky bakery serves the most wonderful food. Almost destroyed by the Hurricane Irene floods, he has just recently reopened.
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Description: Paul is a world class chef and his funky bakery serves the most wonderful food. Almost destroyed by the Hurricane Irene floods, he has just recently reopened.
Reviewed 10 July 2013

Paul's Bakery is a delight to visit as he dedicates his art to making the best baked goods you can find anywhere. His pastries, brownies, cookies,...actually everything he makes is of excellent quality and taste, His meals are also legendary as they are as creative as they are delicious. If you are passing by you must stop in and try some of his wonderful goodies.

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Thank cavertoo
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Reviewed 11 December 2012

The annual early summer opening of Paul's Bakery is every bit as welcome as the first warm sunny June days in this part of the Adirondacks. Open 4 days a week for breakfast and dinner, Paul's serves up outstanding pastries and light lunches to happy "regulars" and first-time visitors through the summer.

Although the bakery was severely damaged during Hurricane Irene flooding, it has been rebuilt even better, with a lovely wrap-around deck added to the screened porch seating. Paul's good taste and sense of whimsy are evident in the charming decorative touches; you are likely to enjoy your morning coffee in a mug created by one of the many outstanding local artisans in the Jay-Upper Jay area.

Breakfasts consist of pecan braids, muffins, sticky buns, croissants, flaky fruit pastries and much more. Lunches are often sandwich-soup-salad combinations, and are fresh and delicious. You can also order cakes and pies for special occasions.

Nancy and Doug (and Paul, when he is "in the house") keep things running with efficiency, warmth and humor. One of the best things about Paul's Bakery is that, no matter how busy it is, you are always made to feel welcome. Don't miss it if you're in the area!

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Thank Travlinblond
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Reviewed 6 December 2012

I usually grab a few things when I pass through. good eats and its a cute set up. the staff are pleaseant and patient as it takes a while for me to decide.

Thank ID-twentyone
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Reviewed 14 November 2012

We love this little bakery but it is only open on select days. When we catch him open we really love the baked goods. Lots of remodeling had to be done after Katrina and the place is very clean. This place is a must go to if you are in Jay.

Thank Sheila B
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Reviewed 6 August 2012

Paul's Bakery is a local treasure, all the moreso because during 2011's Tropical Storm Irene, it was almost lost. This tiny spot is open for a brief season which everyone anticipates and celebrates. For four days a week, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. from spring through August, Paul's serves fresh baked goods like tarts, lemon and date bars, cupcakes, pies, artisan breads, whoopie pies (sometimes the red velvet variety) and a fixed lunch menu featuring internationally inspired soups, salads and heartier fare like meatloaf sandwiches and lasagna. The setting is open air seating beside a 150+ farmhouse and barn, lavish flower beds, an orchard and, across the street, the AuSable River, which, having ravished the region a year ago, now trickles by pleasantly. The season is brief, but it is all the more sweet.

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Thank Marie-Anne W
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