Saturday, February 4, 2012

Jubilee Market Bakery & Boutique

Mom was in town this weekend and she and my aunt spent a lot of time visiting with my grandparents. But! When they weren't with the g-rents, they were shopping and during one of their outings stopped at Jubilee Market Bakery & Boutique at 835 SW 119th Street in the Market Place Shopping Center. Now, if you know anything about me, you know I tend to shy away from anything that screams, "GIRLIE!!!!" but mom assured me this place has really good food. And she was right.

Sadly, I didn't think to get a picture of the front of the B&B. I'll try to remember next time I go because I will be going back. I decided to try the chicken salad. They serve it on tomato basil bread. Yum! I wasn't incredibly hungry and thought this would be plenty but when they brought the plate out it came with a decent-sized bowl of fruit. Yum again! I had already eaten half of my sandwich before I remembered to take a picture. Oops.


And then, because that's just how we roll, mom shared a bite of her quiche with me and she tried a bite of my sandwich. So good! I want to go back and take someone with me who's never been so they can say, "Holy crap! This place is awesome! I must come back again and again!" Or something equally encouraging.

As we were wrapping up our meal - finishing, not taking it with us because there was nothing left to take - mom asked if I wanted a cookie. Well...yeah. Even though I was already stuffed. I mean, how can you say, "No!" to cookies? I'm pretty sure it hurts their feelings. Anyway! She got us both the peanut butter chocolate chip. I wouldn't say these are the best cookies in the world but they were pretty darn tasty. They also had several trays of cupcakes but I knew I was headed down a dangerous path if I got one of those. Cupcakes. Not trays. Just so we understand each other.


The little boutique is kinda cute too (I'm not a shopper so it takes quite a bit to excite me on that score). If you go to the web site it shows a couple things they sell. The baby/toddler clothes were just all kinds of cute. We looked around while waiting for our food which didn't take long. At.All.

So, if you're looking for a place with light (for the most part) but filling fare you should check this out. If you're not then go for the cupcakes and other desserts. They looked so good! According to their web site the bakery/boutique hours are from 9 - 6 Monday through Friday and 9 - 5 Saturday and lunch is served Monday through Saturday from 11 - 2. Bon appetite!

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