Where We're Dining: Pint Size Bakery & Coffee

2012-05-26T21:30:00Z 2014-09-07T13:31:05Z Where We're Dining: Pint Size Bakery & CoffeeWritten by Catherine Neville | Photography by Corey Woodruff Feast Magazine | Inspired Local Food Culture/Midwest

Gargantuan cranberry-potato-chip cookies; chewy marshmallow-filled oatmeal cream pies; big sweet (think blueberry) and savory (BLT) muffins; tender crumb cakes topped with fresh fruit; “breakfast” cookies with rolled oats, toasted walnuts, pineapple and dried fruit; cheesecakes with homemade graham cracker crusts; even quiche made with farm-fresh eggs.

Goodies galore abound at Pint Size Bakery & Coffee, a new from-scratch bakery launched by pastry chef Christy Augustin. Don’t let the name fool you: Even though the bakery is small, it churns out tons of treats, all made by hand each day with the highest-quality ingredients. If you know you want something specific, get there early because the popular shop does sell out – and it won’t hold anything over until the next day, so if it’s out, it’s out. Get your goods to go – there’s no seating – and be sure to grab a strong, steaming cup of Kaldi’s coffee too. Simple, honest ingredients go into the baked goods at Pint Size, and you can taste the dedication to quality in everything the bakery offers.

Pint Size Bakery & Coffee, 3825 Watson Road, Lindenwood Park, 314.645.7142, pintsizebakery.com

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