Check out the recommendations from our hospitality professionals on where to celebrate national dessert day!

1. D Bar Denver (Denver, CO)

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Recommended by Tara, Denver’s District Manager


2. Papa Haydn (Portland, OR)

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Recommended by Kelsey, Portland’s Branch Manager


3. Bredenbeck’s Bakery (Chestnut Hill, PA)

Bredenbeck’s Bakery’s Website

“It’s a cute small bakery in Chestnut Hill outside of Philadelphia. They make the best homemade cakes, cookies and sticky buns. They also have hand dipped ice cream during the summer with any topping you can think of! My family has been going here for Christmas morning treats ever since I can remember, it’s a local favorite!” – Meredith, Corporate Assistant


4. Brown Bear Bakery (Cincinnati, OH)

In honor of Dessert Week, LGC Cincinnati sampled treats from Brown Bear Bakery, a newer local small business in the trendy OTR  (Over the Rhine) neighborhood. It has been receiving rave reviews and did not disappoint! 

They are known for their cinnamon rolls, and although I do not typically care for them I LOVED this cinnamon roll! The dough is not too sweet, and the frosting with orange zest gives a yummy balance. They were out of their famous matcha (green tea) cake, but the earl grey cake was delicious! Kayla Meyer (Sr. Staffing Manager) said the cake was her favorite bite!

Brown Bear worth trying for sure, should you ever find yourself in the REAL Queen City!” – Brittany, Director of Client Relations


5. Confectioneiress Cupcakes & Sweets (Zionsville, IN)

Confectioneiress’s Facebook

Recommended by Lindsey, Corporate Assistant


6. Gayles Chocolates (Royal Oak, MI)

Gayles Chocolates’ Facebook

“Gayles Chocolates, a small, local, woman-owned chocolate shop located in Downtown Royal Oak, MI a block away from our Detroit office. Truffles are hand-dipped and rolled everyday upstairs in her chocolate factory with her bittersweet truffle being her best-seller. They also have a full espresso bar, as well as over 2,000 molds of chocolate shapes including her signature chocolate wedding high-heel.  The must-have at Gayles is the Junk Food.  It comes in a mini-garbage tin and has a layer of pretzels, potato chips, toffee, rice krispy, peanut butter, oreo, and more coated in a thick layer of milk and dark chocolate drizzle.” – Tiffany, Detroit Assistant Staffing Manager


7. Honeypie (Milwaukee, WI)

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Recommended by Erin, Milwaukee’s Branch Manager


8. Pete’s Kitchen (Chicago, IL)

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“My favorite dessert dish in Denver comes from Petes Kitchen. The homemade cinnamon roll is a classic treat. Always homemade, always fresh and served warm, you will want to eat this dessert as your main meal!” – Sean, Area Manager 


9. The Frosty Caboose (Chamblee, GA)

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“This is an ice cream shop in a converted train car. All the products are made locally. They make super creamy and rich ice cream. They have new and exciting flavors all the time.” – Greg, Regional Special Projects Manager


10. Bailey’s Chocolate Bar (St. Louis, MO)

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Recommended by Rachel, VP of operations, and Anita, St. Louis Sr. Staffing Manager.


11. The Cake Bake Shop (Indianapolis, IN)

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“If you haven’t been there, you must check it out!” – Jennifer, President


Check back next week for National Pasta Day!