5 local places to get festive pastries and holiday desserts Food | Pittsburgh



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Carnegie Coffee Company

Carnegie Coffee Company

132 E. Main St., Carnegie. carnegiecoffeecompany.com
This local cafe is constantly changing their homemade baked goods, so be sure to stop by and try one of their festive treats. One of our favorites is their homemade snickerdoodle cookies.

350 Bakery

2427 S. 18th St., south side. 350boulangerie.com
This southern slopes bakery is known for providing some of your favorite cafes with their delicious baked goods, but it’s worth visiting their bakery to try their amazing chocolate and peppermint cupcakes. Each is swirled with peppermint frosting and topped with chocolate ganache and candy cane chunks.

Dianoia’s restaurant

549 Penn Ave., Strip District. dianoiaseatery.com
Rachel Watson, pastry chef at Dianoia’s Eatery, is invited to this winter’s festive desserts. Some of the few in rotation include a cherry and pistachio cheesecake, ginger and orange tortas, and Nutella buns, chocolate ganache and toasted hazelnuts.

Mediterranean coffee

292 Beverly Road, Mt. Lebanon and 430 Beaver St., Sewickley. mediterracafe.com
This bakehouse is not slowing down for Christmas. Stop by and try their vacation menu. From gingerbread coffee to peppermint macaroons and homemade Christmas zebra cakes, they have a treat for all types of sweet tooth.


2350 Railroad St., Strip District. cioppinoofpittsburgh.com
Last minute shopping in the Strip District? Warm up on your way to Cioppino for a bite to eat and finish with their warm, homemade cinnamon rolls topped with cream cheese frosting and a big scoop of vanilla ice cream – for the balance of course.



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