Goddess and the Baker
Cuisine: Bakery, Eclectic, Ice Cream
Just a few minutes from Millennium Park (and another location on Wacker and LaSalle), Goddess and The Baker is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert all day. In fact, dessert is their jam:... Read More
Just a few minutes from Millennium Park (and another location on Wacker and LaSalle), Goddess and The Baker is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert all day. In fact, dessert is their jam: among the temptresses in the display case are the popular layered rainbow cake, cupcakes, muffins, macaron cookies, jars of sweetness, pastries, bars and brownies. Pair any with a scoop of Zarlengo's rich, local, Italian gelato. The coffee menu is impressive and ranges from Goddess gringo horchata and spicy Mayan Mocha to specialty sips like Gold Glitter latte. Goddess and the Baker offers milk alternatives for your coffee drinks including various nut milk, soy and oat at no extra charge. Combine caffeine and dessert with buzzed liquid chocolate with two shots of espresso and whip. The rotating selection of beans from third wave roasters means even a regular cup of joe is anything but.
- Dessert: "The pretty but small space can get crowded near breakfast and lunchtime, so go in between or around dinner if busyness is bothersome."
- Best for Dessert Because: Specializing in dessert all day, Goddess and the Baker focuses on house-made pastries and sweets, plus a one-of-a-kind coffee program all just steps from Millennium Park.