Several weeks ago, I visited Maryanne Pastry Shoppe. While Maryanne’s has been in the bakery business for almost 70 years, this corner store is new to Stone Harbor and is “shore” serving up some great treats.
Maryanne’s is already known in towns such as Sea Isle, NJ and Doylestown, PA but was a new summer delight for Cape May County. Enjoyed by residents, visitors and employees of this quaint seashore town, Maryanne’s is starting to appear on everyone’s “must stop in” list.
Maryanne’s makes their cakes daily with all baking being done in Sea Isle. They then bring the cakes to the Stone Harbor location for decorating. Maryanne’s makes everything from scratch and takes great pride in their quality donuts, cakes, and flavored coffee bar.
Rachel Pacifico who works in Stone Harbor shared, “I love the family atmosphere and the pride and quality that each and every customer gets to see in their baked goods. My favorite part of the day is seeing the returning customers enjoy their favorite breakfast treats.”
They make famous sticky buns and traditional bakery items that can be hard to find in every day bakeries. Trolley buns and butter cake are customer favorites. Anyone who has stopped into Maryanne’s is sure to have made some wonderful, tasty memories this summer season.
108 44th St Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
499 East Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
9501 Third Ave. Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
Elizabeth Norton is the Jersey Bites Regional Editor for Cape May County and is a Jersey lover at heart. She loves Jersey Products, Jersey People, and Jersey Food. She runs a digital network for online moms who live in, you guessed it, New Jersey. She is a baker and sweet connoisseur and is on a personal mission to find the best place to eat brunch at the Jersey Shore. Her mantra is “Keep the Kitchen Clean. Eat Out!” She loves a good party and loves being a mom of 3. Her favorite night of the week is date night where her and her husband take turns trying out the newest restaurants Jersey has to offer.