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Bar Snack Business Also Offers Unusual Array Of Savory Pastries

August 5, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
A pair of Brooklyn, N.Y., entrepreneurs who started a bar snack business have successfully expanded into pastries. Their bar snacks – including spicy bacon caramel corn and maple thyme pecans – were created as an alternative to the boring fare offered at local watering holes. They now offer an unusual menu of pastries that reflect their European (Polish and Austrian) ancestry. Options include black chocolate stout cake with salted caramel butter cream, Montego Bay bars with sweet cocoa and date puree, jelly doughnut muffins, mustard spice cookies and an assortment of savory quick breads and tarts, stuff that’s “more for an adult palate,” they say.
Patty Lee, "Greenpoint bakery Ovenly uses uncommon flavors to spice up pastries ", New York Daily News, August 05, 2012, © NYDailyNews.com
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