Friday, April 17, 2015

Review: Little Tart Bakeshop at Kroger Street Market

We recently visited Little Tart Bakeshop at Kroger Street Market for a quick breakfast bite. This picturesque french-inspired pastry shop run by baking whiz Sarah O’Brien offers hand-made artisan bacon-cheddar scones, crème fraiche quiche made with cheese from Sweet Grass Dairy, muscadine galettes & tarts, cookies, and the most amazing buttery almond croissants.

They make everything from scratch, by hand, with the finest local ingredients they can find. Named one of the top 10 restaurants in Atlanta by The Guardian newspaper and one of America's Best Bakeries by Travel & Leisure magazine, and featured in shows like the Layover with Anthony Bourdain and The Best Thing I ever Ate, Little Tart Bakeshop is one of those places you must visit if you are in Atlanta.

Everything they make is absolutely ahh-mazing. You go with a preconceived notion of what a good pastry should taste like, then you take a bite and you realize you have been eating really crappy baked goods, all your life. Their croissants are like nothing you have ever tasted before, and their quiches are so light, almost like a super creamy custard that melts like cotton candy in your mouth.

I often call them “Little Happiness Bakeshop”, because everything they do is not only sinfully delicious but made with so much love, the kind of love that transcends to an unbelievable product. Little Tart Bakeshop have several locations through out Atlanta. For a complete list of their amazing delectable please visit:

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