“Be ready for some great flavors and fun, good quality pastries,” Owner Adam Berning said. “We are a great team of pastry chefs that can do a lot of different things and we want to provide that to the community.”
The bakery and cafe also has a location in Tipp City at 22 N. Second St.
With additional space, the Sugarcreek Twp. location will be Sweet Adaline’s main production facility supplying baked goods to their Tipp City location, Haren’s Market in Troy and Grounds for Pleasure Coffee House in Tipp City. The Sugarcreek Twp. location will be open to the public for breakfast, lunch and early dinner hours.
“Our specialty is really focused on fresh flavors, seasonal flavors and flavor pairings,” Berning said.
Favorite items include the Carrot Citron Cake, Flourless Chocolate Raspberry Torte and Tiramisu. The Sugarcreek Twp. location will also have coffee due to a partnership with Twisted River Coffee Roaster in Dayton. During the grand opening the founder of Twisted River Coffee Roaster will be onsite from 10 a.m. to noon for a coffee tasting and to answer questions.
Friday also kicks off the bakery’s weekly “Focaccia Friday,” which will feature various flavors of focaccia bread. On Saturday, customers can get a free coffee with the purchase of a breakfast pastry as the bakery continues to celebrate its grand opening.
Berning said he looks forward to experimenting and offering a European flavor preference at the new location.
The bakery and cafe is accepting holiday orders for caramel apple pie, pumpkin cream pie, cherry pecan pie or holiday stollen bread.
Sweet Adaline’s is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. For more information or to place an order, visit the new location’s Facebook page (@sweetadalinescafe).