As a German bakery, this locally owned shop is unique in a city filled with French and Asian bakeries. This Summerlin location opened in 2011, with a second location off of Eastern Ave. opening a year later.
The pretzel breads and pastries are the must-try items, particularly the pretzel croissant, that combines the chewiness of a pretzel with the airiness of a croissant. The apple danish is buttery, light and filled with caramelized apples inside with icing dashed across the top. Another apple pastry — their apple pie — wasn’t as good. With a thin pastry crust on the bottom and top, the middle was full of apples and raisins (which I’m personally not a fan of). It’s a far cry from an American version of apple pie, one that I wouldn’t get again. Still, they have plenty of other great and unique items to try.
2237 N Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89134