Yura

Bakery
Memorable
One of the best
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I am frustrated. I spent two days staying at a hotel across the street from Yura and visited it as many times as I could, but left so many delicious looking baked goods untasted. Everything I did sample is terrific; a few items, like Tastes Like Chocolate Ice Cream Cake (with mousse filling), lavasch crisps, and butterscotch pecan pie, are unforgettably wonderful. However, I did not have time or appetite to try Mounds Bar Cake, Sticky Salted Dark Caramel Spice Cake, strawberry rhubarb pie, or Alabama Banana Cake. Nor have I had a chance to eat any of the yummy-looking lunchtime entrees. I am so eager to return!

Do note that Yura is mostly take-out, with only a few little windowside tables to which you can carry your bagged goodies and some of Yura’s fine coffee and have a sit-down snack.

What to Eat
Yura, Tastes Like Chocolate Ice Cream Cake
Tastes Like Chocolate Ice Cream Cake
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"Tastes Like Chocolate Ice Cream" cake
Yura, Lavasch Crisps
Lavasch Crisps
Must-Try
Lavasch crisps are like pita chips, charged with paprika, garlic, & onion.
Yura, Butterscotch Pecan Pie
Butterscotch Pecan Pie
Must-Try
Brilliant pairing: pecan pie infused with butterscotch
Yura, Pineapple Coconut Crumb Pie
Pineapple Coconut Crumb Pie
Must-Try
Pineapple coconut crumb pie
Yura, Whoopie Pie
Whoopie Pie
Whoopie pie is made of soft chocolate cookies and marshmallowy filling.
Yura, Mocha Bundt Cake
Mocha Bundt Cake
Mocha bundt cake goes so well with coffee.
Yura, Angel Food Cake
Angel Food Cake
Hefty angel food cake with bittersweet chocolate icing
Yura, Cornbread
Cornbread
Cornbread is dense and cakelike, just barely sweet.
Yura, Coffee
Coffee
With pastries so good, one wants good coffee. Yura's fills the bill.
Directions and Hours
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
No
Website

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