Prantl’s Bakery

Bakery | Donuts
One of the best

Prantl’s is a full-service bakery, offering everything from donuts to wedding cakes. Of special note are Danish crullers, apple strudel, iced cinnamon rolls, and coffee cakes of every type. Prantl’s also makes a zesty lemon tea cake that has legions of devoted fans.

The house specialty is a burnt almond torte: a soft, almond-flavored, vanilla custard-filled butter cake, topped with buttercream frosting and toasted sugared almonds. It is available whole or in smaller sizes for takeaway snacks.

What to Eat
Prantl’s Bakery, Burnt Almond Torte
Burnt Almond Torte
The Burnt Almond Torte is sold in several sizes: whole cakes, individually-sized bars, or small round bites.
Prantl’s Bakery, Burnt Almond Cup
Burnt Almond Cup
A small version of the house signature burnt almond torte. The almonds aren't really burnt, but they are very toasty. The stealth ingredient of the pastry is moist, fresh, butter cake at its core.
Prantl’s Bakery, Danish Cruller
Danish Cruller
The braided donut known as a Danish cruller has a fine, fragile skin of sugar and body that is moist and fresh.
Prantl’s Bakery, Roses in the Snow
Roses in the Snow
Another dainty pastry from Prantl's, called "Roses in the Snow."
Prantl’s Bakery, Pepperoni Roll
Pepperoni Roll
Prantl's pepperoni roll is a flat combination of light fluffy bread, sliced pepperoni, and mozzarella cheese.
Prantl’s Bakery, Apple Cinnamon Cupcake
Apple Cinnamon Cupcake
A seasonal specialty, the apple-cinnamon cupcake is moist and faintly fruity with a creamy top worthy of the finest Viennese bakeshop.
Prantl’s Bakery, Toasted Almond Cookie
Toasted Almond Cookie
The same toasty almonds that make a burnt almond torte so yummy cover icing on this broad butter cookie.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday9am - 4pm
Monday9am - 4pm
Tuesday7:30am - 6pm
Wednesday7:30am - 6pm
Thursday7:30am - 6pm
Friday7:30am - 6pm
Saturday7:30am - 6pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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