Andrews Bakery has been in service for over twenty-five years now when Julie Andrews started baking a few cookies and pies. Owned by Julie and her husband, today the coffee shop has evolved to serve the area with not only cookies and pies but also cakes, pastries, sandwiches, salads, coffees and teas. In addition, gift baskets are made and offered for many occasions.
123 Belmont Street in South Easton, MA
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
hand side of the road with a wooden sign that reads:
Andrews Bakery provides free parking to those who would like to stop in
and drive-thru service for those on the run!
My first impression of the bakery from viewing the outside is not what I would imagine a common coffee shop to look like. As shown above, the coffee shop at first glance looks like someones home. To my surprise, walking into the bakery there is a very open space with plenty of sitting space and big windows giving much light to the place.
Andrews Bakery showcases their tasty pastries and delicacies in windowed cases along with their freshly made bread (made from scratch) and offers pre-made salads and sandwiches for on the go.
The menu consists of a variety of choices from the bakery such as, cakes, pies, breakfast pastries, coffee cakes, cookies, brownies, cinnamon buns, cheesecakes, quiches, calzones, and breads.
Including hot and cold coffees, teas, and choice of bread, sauces, and toppings when building your own sandwich.
In terms of the coffee served, Andrews Bakery offers a special brand called "La Minita" coffee. This coffee can be found in the mountain region Tarrazu in Costa Rica. Hacienda La Minita brings some of the world's finest green coffees direct from origin. Andrews Bakery roasts their own coffee every few weeks. Andrews Bakery serves your choice of dark and house roast coffee.
Options include: Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte, Mocha, and Hot Cocoa.
Added flavor options include: Hazelnut, French Vanilla, and Almond.
All options can also be iced.
All in all, my experience with Andrews Bakery was a nice experience. The cashier seemed to be a college student who has been working there for about 6 months. Stonehill College can be found about less than 5 minutes away and accepts Stonehill Student Cards.
Fun Fact: Julie Andrews is a Stonehill graduate, Class of '69.
Although Julie was not available to answer potential questions that I had due to her need of attending to situations in the back, I can conclude my experience as a pleasant one!