The Happy Baker is Fredericton's leading eat-in and take-out market and café. We have 6 locations to serve you better! Our main outlet is on 169 Dundonald Street. Satellite cafés are at the TD Tower, HSBC Place, NB Power, Chancery Place and Marysville Place. We are also at the Northside Market.
Gluten intolerant? No problem, we have delicious gluten-friendly options that are sure to please the most discerning of palettes.
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Having a party? Looking to beef up your next office meeting?
You can order most of our delicious food from our catering department. Sounds like smiles all around.
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See what our 'Happy' customers are saying:
As my title describes, these are the two points I look for when visiting an establishment. And I found both at the Happy Baker on Dundonald and Smythe St. I was immediately assisted and chose their awesome sourdough bread which is made using their own natural sourdough starter- something that is loaded with health benefits and hard to find! At the last minute i decided to take a mini mincemeat pie and I can say that it was an incredible treat. The crust was a rich butter shortbread and the filling was obviously homemade and perfectly seasoned, just too perfect.
I looked around and could see how clean the floors, counters, glass cases and tables were so that is a reflection on the people who own and operate a business. I loved everything about the place. Well done! We'll be back. and so will our friends. (via TripAdvisor)
Here, you will find Happy Baker's standard baked goods offerings, including favourites such as fresh baked loaves of bread and pastries such as the coconut cream slice and the blueberry cheesecake tart. As well, Happy Baker dishes up both hard and soft ice cream and a full menu of prepared sandwiches.
On the ice cream front, I took advantage of Happy Baker's soft serve options. In addition to the standard vanilla and chocolate varieties, they offer around 30 other flavours. Being a fan of whoppers, I went for the malted milk option, which was lightly flavoured and came piled high in a sugar cone.
Be prepared to wait, sometimes, as employees may have to bounce between the pastry, sandwich and ice cream counters. But, it's worth it for the local treats. (via Yelp)