We’ve been waiting, on the edge of our seats for months. Finally, this weekend, we have a new bakery and coffee shop, in downtown Lancaster, NH, a ten minute drive from where I live in Guildhall, Vermont.
Magdalena Randall, who has garnered a beloved following for her baked goods and bread sold at the Lancaster Farmer’s Market, has taken the leap and opened a beautiful new coffee shop and bakery on Main St, known as the Polish Princess Bakery.
I paid a visit early this morning and came away with a supply of currant scones, two chocolate tartlets, and a double cappuccino. The cafe is warm, cozy, inviting and spacious, with hard wood floors, fresh flowers, baking books on display and a friendly and open kitchen/baking area. The food–as expected–is mouthwatering and the atmosphere delightful.
I snapped some photos inside and out and chatted with owner Magdalena Randall, who reported that she did a brisk business yesterday, at breakfast and lunchtime.
It’s a great place and something we’ve sorely needed for many years here in the Essex County and Northern Coos County region. Here’s a link to the Polish Princess Bakery facebook page for more information.