Frequently Asked Questions

Do you make sugar free items?

  • Most of our cheese spreads are sugar free, as well as our cheese biscuits. When we have our Artisan Sourdough, that is also sugar free. Our Morning Glory Muffin is a low sugar item, with half sugar/half Splenda.

Do you make gluten free items?

  • Sadly, no. A bakery must have a separate kitchen to safely make gluten free items. We recommend Carolina Cupcakes, as they have a gluten free kitchen. They can be found in Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach.

Do you make vegan items? Do you make dairy/egg free items?

  • Most of our items include butter, eggs, or milk. When in stock, our Sea Glass Candy is vegan friendly. We recommend My Vegan Sweet Tooth in Virginia Beach.


Do you make any vegetarian items?

  • Most of our items are vegetarian, the only items with meat would be our cheese with ham biscuits and our bacon cheddar scones.

I have an allergy, what can I eat?

  • Food safety is our number one priority. We make everything from scratch in our shop. While we try to keep everything as separate as possible, cross contamination can still occur. Depending on the severity of your allergy we suggest that you pass on our treats. If an allergy is mild, please ask to speak with a manager or owner (Marie or Kelly), to go through an ingredient list. Safety is our key concern when it comes to allergies. 


What payments do you accept?

  • We accept cash, credit/debit cards, and apple pay (inside register during big events).

What is the best way to contact you?

  • Email is best, followed by Facebook Messenger and calling.


What are your hours?

  • Hours change seasonally to go along with town events and holidays. We try to keep our updated hours on our site, as well as, Facebook, Yelp, Trip Advisor, and Google. For most up to date hours, Google is our main go to!

Are dogs allowed in the shop?

  • Non-service animals are not permitted in a food preparation area under applicable food safety regulation. Service animals are individually trained to do work or perform task for persons with disabilities. Comfort or emotional support animals are not service animals (ADA). We apologize for any inconvenience.


When should I put in an order?

  • The best thing is to contact us as soon as you can to reserve your order. Most orders can be placed up to a day or two before pickup; however, the weeks leading up to major holidays can book up weeks, to months in advance. Shoot us an email or give us a call to check our availibility and place your order.

Do you make wedding cakes or cupcakes?

  • We sure do! We limit our weddings to one a day or one a weekend during busy holiday seasons, so email or call us early to reserve your date. To reserve your date, we must have a 50% non-refundable deposit, or $100 whichever is greater. 


Can you write on your cakes?

  • Sadly, no. We do, however, have cake toppers available that say "Happy Birthday," we also have numbers available, and graduation cap cake toppers.


Do you deliver? 

  • Currently, we do not. However, we require delivery of any tiered cakes or wedding set-ups. 


How long do your baked goods last?

  • See our "How to Keep Guide" with helpful tips of how to get the most enjoyment out of our baked goods. See tab above.

  • We make everything from scratch and without adding preservatives. Most items are designed to be enjoyed within a couple of days of purchase. This can be extended by putting in a refrigerator or freezing an item. Some items that do not need to be refrigerated or frozen, as they naturally last a long time, include sugar cookies, wedding cookies, gingersnaps, lemon lavender shortbread, candies, and crackers. 

When do you have yeast breads?

  • Typically, we only have yeast breads on Saturdays and Sundays and then days leading up to Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

What can I freeze?

  • Regular cookies (6 packs), biscuits, pound cakes, scones, muffins, sugar cookies, yeast breads, and fruit breads.

What shouldn't I freeze?

  • We do have customers who have frozen most items, but we have not tried freezing all of our baked goods ourselves. In general cakes and pies do better in the refridgerator for short term storage.