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Freshly Baked in Whistler.|
Hot Buns Bakery.
Sunrise Alley - Whistler Village Square.
Take an old fashion French bakery,
infuse it with some great sounds, and let the
public beat a path to the smell of
fresh bread and groovy tunes.
That's the general idea behind Hot
Buns bakery, but a closer look reveals much
Hot Buns can be found behind
des artistes on a sleepy little side street
just off the Village Stroll called Sunrise Alley.
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More than a few Whistler cafe owners
have dreamt about the location for years.
Their plans for European style
freestanding tables basking in the warm
morning and afternoon sun is even bigger
and better as a bakery.
The Hot Buns baker has
satisfied guests of Whistler, it seems,
Most notable were his stints as
Executive Chef of
just around the corner from Hot Buns or his
antics at Lost Lake where he is known as
Bare Naked Chef.
Anyone who knows anything about
food understands that pastry is the highest
form of the art.
A new vision has recently instituted for Hot Buns Bakery.
Emphasis will be a little more
toward baked treats because, after all, Hot
Buns provides all the goods for
La Bocca and
As always, the public will still be able
to enjoy a fresh made dessert crepe with a
heavenly barista creation before they cut
for home with a handfull of croissants or a
baguette tucked under their arm.
Cute counter girls keep the
savory/sweet crepes, soups, paninis,
pastries and coffee flowing all day.
They keep customers on a roll by
bopping to the likes of Ben Harper and
Stop by for a heavenly crepe
and enjoy some really great tunes.
It's the latest, greatest way to hang out
and enjoy the best that life has to offer in
"Good coffee and pastries."
June Simmons - Vancouver
"Pretty decent selection of sweet crepes."
John Abrams - Squamish
"Delicious, my favourite breakfast in Whistler!"
Liz Malay - Minn.
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