Tampa is one of the most delicious cities in the country. Just check out our Michelin Starred and Bib Gourmand Award-winning restaurants for reference. Or pay a visit to the spots that made the cut for the most beautiful restaurants in the US. One spot has been holding it down in the city of Tampa for 111 years; that spot is the sensational Alessi Bakery located at 2909 W Cypress St. Renowned for its pastries, seasonal king cakes, scachatta, and Boston cream pies, Alessi is ready to celebrate another major milestone in Tampa.
The official celebration takes place on September 23 from 8am-6pm, and September 24 from 9an-4pm. The bakery is rolling back the prices of some of their delicious items and hosting raffles of a free specialty cake, gift basket, and anniversary t-shirt giveaways.
Alessi Bakery is a true Tampa treasure, and it dates back over a century to 1912, making it one of the few historic restaurant establishments in the entire Tampa Bay region. The bakery was first opened on Cherry Street by Nicolo Alessi. He arrived in Tampa from Italy and brought his knowledge of baking and proud European heritage with him. The spot is now set to celebrate 110 years in the city of Tampa.
Experience Alessi’s legendary pastries in Tampa
Nicolo’s insistence on quality, hard-work, consistency and customer service inherited by 4 generations has been their perfect recipe for success. Their love, experience, and knowledge have made the Alessi family bakery the most successful and well-known bakery in Tampa offering the finest baked goods, wedding cakes and catering in the Tampa Bay area.
If you find yourself overwhelmed by the sweet options behind the pastry, then I’m here to save you some time. Never ever leave Alessi without treating yourself to a guava and cheese turnover. Follow the bakery on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about the hot spot for sweets.
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