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Friday, March 8, 2013

Pint Size Bakery & Coffee's Man-tastic Dessert: What to Eat This Weekend and Where to Eat It

Posted By on Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 1:00 PM

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Christy Augustin, owner of Pint Size Bakery & Coffee - JENNIFER SILVERBERG
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  • Christy Augustin, owner of Pint Size Bakery & Coffee

Listen up, dudes. This weekend Pint Size Bakery & Coffee (3825 Watson Road; 314-645-7142) has a dessert for you.

"We have our 'Man-tastic Dessert,'" says owner and "punk-rock grandma" baker (as her husband has dubbed her) Christy Augustin.

"They're fantastic, but they're also man-tastic," she explains. "Mens be liking them."

See Also: - Ian Froeb's RFT Review of Pint Size Bakery & Coffee - Jennifer Silverberg's RFT Slideshow of Pint Size Bakery & Coffee - The Ten Best New Restaurants in St. Louis 2012

And what, pray tell, is this 'Man-tastic Dessert,' which August first developed when she was the pastry chef at Sidney Street Café?

It's an oatmeal-stout cake featuring oats (duh), Kaldi's coffee stout, dulce de leche and almonds. Yes, ladies, you'll enjoy it, too.

"We started doing layer cakes on the weekend, too," Augustin adds. This weekend, the bakery is featuring a carrot layer cake.

Pint Size is also offering shamrock cookies for St. Patrick's Day and, as always on the weekend, salted-caramel croissants.

St. Louis restaurants: Do you have a new dish to share with Gut Check readers? Drop us a line.

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