Across the intersection from the “Here There” public art is our favorite place to sweet it out on occasional Sunday mornings. Sweet Adeline is the community gathering point to get a good coffee and give witness with both eyes and mouth to the art of baking at its highest quality.
Jennifer Millar, owner and culinary artist, makes this a family friendly place where people (and sometimes their laptops) want to be. Oola, the mysterious one, and I love to spend a sunny Sunday morning here, out front, in the shade of a purple tree.
Sweet Adeline is artist friendly. There is always a good show on the wall. Stuff to engage with, not space filler.
Sweet Adeline is dog friendly too.
Oola likes the dog bones, but this day she was trying to decide what to try next.
The background music, we noticed, is varied and, like the bakery, high quality. Never so loud that you have to yell to be heard.
If I had to summarize this place I think the words would be “integrity”, and “Art” in the big sense of the word.
Find out more about Sweet Adeline and get directions to their place at their website: http://www.sweetadelinebakeshop.com/