Frequently Asked Questions About Goddess And The Baker
Does Goddess And The Baker have outdoor seating?
Yes, Goddess And The Baker has outdoor seating.
Is Goddess And The Baker currently offering delivery or takeout?
Yes, Goddess And The Baker offers both delivery and takeout.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Goddess And The Baker accepts credit cards.
How is Goddess And The Baker rated?
Goddess And The Baker has 3.5 stars.
Frequently Asked Questions About Goddess And The Baker Madison
Does Goddess and the Baker, Madison have outdoor seating?
Yes, Goddess and the Baker, Madison has outdoor seating.
Is Goddess and the Baker, Madison currently offering delivery or takeout?
Yes, Goddess and the Baker, Madison offers both delivery and takeout.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Goddess and the Baker, Madison accepts credit cards.
How is Goddess and the Baker, Madison rated?
Goddess and the Baker, Madison has 4 stars.
The Goddess And Grocer Offers Beautifully Presented Catering
whether for office breakfasts and lunches, informal parties at home, family gatherings, or any cause for celebration. We also offer a grand selection of wines and beers at very reasonable prices, flowers, staff and anything you need to make your event a success.
Our catering menu serves only as a guide, so we are more than happy to help you with any ideas you may have. Please contact our catering department at 773.292.7100 to discuss your needs. You may also order online above or send an email to email@example.com.
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Catering And Cake Menu
The catering department closes at 2pm daily and is closed weekends. Catering orders must be placed by 1pm the day before and 1pm Friday for all weekend and Monday orders. Deadline for cake/pastry orders is noon, 2 business days prior to the date needed. Delivery available 8am5pm. $75 minimum on catered orders for delivery. Delivery fees: for orders up to $250: $20 | orders exceeding $250:10% of total
Beverage And Bar Service
We offer complete beverage selections and beverage packages as well as bartending services. By allowing Vonderhaars Catering to handle all your beverage and bartending needs, it is one less thing you have to worry about. We have the experience of what to recommend and our bartenders are professional and love the opportunity to work with your guests. From Beer, to Wine, to Liquor, Soft Drinks etc., we carry a wide variety of selections for you to choose from.
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$2 small lattes
: FREE cookie with breakfast, salad or sandwich purchase
FREE 16oz Drip Coffee with any purchase
no substitutes, limit one per customer, not redeemable for cash, not valid on weekends, weekdays only
Goddess And The Baker Brings Us A Caf With Character
Restaurant: Goddessand The Baker
Address: 340 High St, Brookfield, WI 53045
Phone number: 505-6560
Sunday: 8am 5pm
Cuisine type: American.
Elevated café thatserves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu offers a wide variety of coffee, bakedgoods, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Price per entrée: $$
Payment: CREDIT CARDSACCEPTED // CASH NOT ACCEPTED
As an avid lover ofcafes and coffee shops, I make it a goal of mine to visit new places that fall withinthis lane. I am a visual person always drawing inspiration from the spacesaround me and the character they radiate. As one can probably guess, the firstthing I notice when trying a new restaurant is the setting. What is the colorpalette? How does it make me feel? Is there a certain aesthetic that lends asense of home to the guests? These are the kinds of questions I ask myself and aftermy experience with Goddess and The Baker I can confidently say I found another gem.
Located in the Corners of Brookfield. Goddess and The Baker is a modern-day gourmet eatery that serves an extensive range of food. From breakfast to handmade sandwiches and salads to scrumptious baked goods, their café welcomes your heart with everything it desires.
Speaking of bites I am sure youve been wondering how is the food?!? As I briefly mentioned, the menu is quite versatile making it friendly to anyone who dines there. Seeing as they have a creative coffee selection, I think its only fair I start with beverages.
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Goddess And The Baker
Goddess and the Baker is a wildly popular fast casual cafe and restaurant with several locations in Chicago, IL and Brookfield, WI. The brand is a fusion of midcentury modern glam, a little bit of 80s rock, lipstick on the mirror, and the sassy spirit of owner and Goddess, Debbie Sharpe. In 2015, the idea to open a cafe-inspired spin-off of Goddess and the Grocer was born out of the Goddesss love for good coffee, good baked goods, and great food. Their culture is fun with a welcoming vibe, a warm and inviting meeting place where guests could enjoy a good coffee, breakfast, sandwich , and dessert then leave with a smile on their face.
Pulling cues from Debbies catering experience with actual rockstars, we created gold patterns that played off elements of the space. The geometric soffit has a midcentury feel much like the vibe of the furniture, the color blue, and hanging light fixtures.
EAT NOW Caffeinate sign created by Scout Driscoll of DesignScout.
Some of the Goddess locations started transitioning their printed hanging menu boards to digital. This makes updating the menu a breeze, although we do love the look of the brush lettering on actual tangible boards.
Megan Lee is a graphic designer and illustrator in the Chicagoland area whose heart is in activating improvement by virtue of self-discovery.
Chelsea Roessler, director of marketing and events at The Corners of Brookfield, said the CEO of IM Properties in Chicago, which is the developer of The Corners of Brookfield, got his morning latte at Goddess and The Baker and fell in love with the space.
Everything from the décor to the food is so well thought out, Roessler said.
Mizrahi said The Corners made a compelling argument for them to bring their business to Brookfield.
We could get a local chain to come, Roessler said. But, it was like Lets get something extra special.
The shop will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays, and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Goddess and The Baker has two Chicago locations, and will be opening a third in River North within the next three months, Mizrahi said. The Goddess and Grocer has four locations and Sharpe still does backstage catering as The Goddess Rocks.
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