Enjoy the sweetest fall dessert at these local area bakeries. Just don't blame us when you can't stop eating them.
Traditional Eastern European baking will never die if this Pearl Road shop has anything to say about it.
The Bay Village and North Olmsted bakery is as cosmopolitan as it gets.
The wood-fired oven in Brimfield spits out pretzels, chocolate chip cookies and other German delights.
The Rocky River shop features a multi-generational, hand-me-down kolacky recipe.
Broadview Heights' corner bakery does it all.
Lakewood's bread spot transforms you to Paris.
This Cleveland Heights classic is as no-nonsense as a Swiss watch.
The Little Italy staple has staples of its own, including the sour cream-based doughnut and the holy cannoli.
Ohio City's Lorain Avenue is home to one of Cleveland's most traditional Hungarian bakery.
The Italian bread and dessert store has been a Cleveland classic since 1953.
The Ohio City bakery has a passion for gluten-free and vegan-inspired treats.