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“Treat Yo Vegan Self”

One of the smallest and most underappreciated business districts, Larchmere Blvd. has a new bakery. The best part? It’s vegan! Poison Berry Bakery was established in 2010 but now, they have their very own store front. Created and operated by Jennn and Jon Regan, the business has a goal of showing the community that vegan treats are delicious. In my opinion, they’re successfully reaching that goal.

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The bakery offers a wide variety of treats that include muffins, donuts, cupcakes, cookies, breads and a decently sized coffee/drink menu. I have visited twice and both times I was very satisfied. I got coffee and a chocolate chip cookie and I have to say it was one the best cookies I’ve had.

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One of the best parts, though was the friendly and passionate employees. Everyone I talked to seemed to be excited and enthusiastic about helping the business flourish. I highly recommend stopping in and chatting with the staff, grabbing some coffee and of course a chocolate chip cookie!

Look for them on social media and find their hours on their website at poisonberrybakery.com!

-Cat

Oh, the Places I’ll Go

At a Dr. Seuss themed event, based off the book Oh, the Places You’ll Go, I was asked “where would you like to go in the future?” Without hesitation, I said “everywhere” and that has become my ultimate goal.

One of my favorite things to look for, wherever I go, is a new coffee shop. To me, they can be the center of a community and the comforting smell of espresso gives me a sense of familiarity. Luckily, I also have amazing coffee shops at my fingertips right here in Cleveland. IMG_5993

Presti’s in Cleveland’s Little Italy has a family oriented feel, which makes strangers and locals alike feel welcomed. One of my favorite memories is warming up after a cold winter night of ice skating with friends. You walk into the warm atmosphere and you’re immediately overwhelmed with the smell of fresh pastries and coffee.

I highly recommend stopping by, if you’re in Cleveland’s Little Italy because it’s a staple for the neighborhood.

-Cat