Enter Through the Wardrobe!
This Storybook Cafe In Georgia Is Like Something From Your Childhood Dreams
By: Marisa Roman
What if we told you there was a bakery and cafe in Georgia that was practically straight out of a storybook? A place where you the only way you can enter is through a magical wardrobe? Sounds too good to be true, but if you follow the trail of breadcrumbs to the town of Sugar Hill, Georgia, you’ll be in for a truly delightful treat.
This quirky cafe in the little town of Sugar Hill has been enchanting and delighting residents for the past 8 years.
One of the most unique places within metro Atlanta, Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe has become the go-to place for hosting a book club meeting, drinking wine with friends, or having a fairy-inspired birthday party for your kids
Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe is as whimsical as it gets, starting with the guests having to walk through a wardrobe to enter.
Somewhat straight out of a fairytale, the inside of the bakery and cafe is nothing short of amazing.
Picture country-french decor, mixed with creative crafts and a bevy of fantastical elements to really level up the ambiance.
The walls are adorned with strange yet unique finds, intended to bring out the inspiration and creativity in us all.
But it isn’t just about the decor of this cafe—one of the main highlights is the food.
Imagine French-inspired favorites such as Creme Brûlée French Toast, or a cheesy, eggy Croque Madame.
Have you ever had a grilled cupcake before?! Sounds like a mess, but it actually is a creatively crafted way to enjoy dessert in a whole different light.
Each of the confections too, is just as whimsical and clever as the next…
…like the delicious bourbon pecan pie, set in a crystal bowl you would think to find at an Alice In Wonderland tea party.
Prepare yourself for magic, memories, and moments of pure fairytale bliss at Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe.
The address for Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe is 4969 W Broad St, Sugar Hill, GA 30518. The bakery and cafe is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and closed on Sundays. To find out more information about Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe, visit the website or Facebook Page.
Originally Published at on July 22, 2018