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Hi, Joanna --
Yes, they do their baking on-site. There were some beautiful looking loaves of Italian Easter bread there when we visited, but we resisted! :)
Thanks for visiting and have a Happy Easter.


Thanks for reporting on vegetarian options :) Hadn't heard of this place. Wonder if they do their own baking?

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