It’s located in the old Spooky’s Black Cat Cafe location in the East Central Park neighborhood.
I stopped in today for their soft opening and Owner and Chef Trina Gregory-Propst let me taste some of the great items they will be serving. Our favorite was a breakfast bread pudding. It was made with asparagus, mushrooms, onions, honey ham, Swiss cheese and topped with black pepper hollandaise sauce.
The bakery serves a mix of sweet and savory dishes including pies, cakes, cookies, scones, biscuits. They also offer light breakfast and lunch options such as chicken pot pie and her grandmothers special recipe meatloaf sandwiches (smelled great) as well as locally roasted coffee and scratch made aqua frescas.
Se7en Bites also supplies the desserts for Fresh in Winter Park and all the mini pies for Pom Poms Teahouse & Sandwicheria.
Gregory-Propst, who grew up in the Lake Como area signed the lease in May for this location the day after she graduated from culinary school and it’s been her dream to open a shop like this one.
She told Bungalower that she’s excited to be a different kind of bakery. One with your favorite sweet items and your favorite savory items, “We want to be something different,” she said.
They are still working out the exact hours but starting on Tuesday they will be open Tuesday through Friday 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. She does plan to be open on Saturday and Sunday but is waiting for her beer and wine license to make her brunch offerings that much more exciting.
And if you’re looking for a great time to stop by we would recommend 2:30 p.m – 3:30 p.m. which is their cookie happy hour. Hot cookies and cold milk…who says only children get an afternoon snack!
Here’s a look at the inside and the menu at Se7en Bites Bakery:
Much different than the old Spooky’s Back Cat:
Great eating space:
The great breakfast bread pudding:
Dark chocolate stout cake:
Chocolate chip orange scone:
Dark chocolate peanut butter bacon cupcake:
Seven Bites Bakery Orlando Menu: