Marketing itself as “your neighborhood bakery for good eats, your sweet-tooth & quick bites,” Scratch Made has debuted in the Arts District, importing its collection of gluten-free choices and custom-created cakes made to order.
Currently open five days a week and closing early in the early afternoon, the bakery is the only ground-floor tenant at the C3 Lofts, a $14 million apartment building at 1005 Third St., located a very short distance from Charleston Boulevard.
The clean, bright space includes indoor seating, but the covered patio offers a front seat to the evolving street scene outdoors.
Already on the menu, cookies, cupcakes, lemon bars, cinnamon or pumpkin rolls, and coconut cake.
The Scratch Made original location, close to the corner of Buffalo Drive and Smoke Ranch Road, has now been taken over by Bronze Cafe, planning to be “open daily for delivery and takeout and catering” beginning Dec. 3, and also providing its full menu to downtown’s Smooth Eats at the John E. Carson Building.
Scratch Made, 1015 S. Third St., 702-971-2323. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 7.30 a.m to 1.30 p.m.
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