Corner Bakery is getting ready for the most festive time of the year with the launch of seasonal bundles, bonus cards and menu items.
Available now through the end of the year, the popular neighborhood bakery cafe is making the holidays cheerful with $5 bonus cards. Guests who spend $25 in gift cards or $19.99 in baked goods at participating locations will receive a bonus card that can be redeemed from Jan. 1-21.
Additionally, guests can celebrate the season with Corner Bakery’s bar bite trays, cookie bite trays and half-dozen baby bundt trays. Other sweet treats, like cinnamon crème cakes, raisin pecan sweet crisps and brownie bites, are also available and perfect for sweetening a holiday spread and seasonal gifting.
To add to the excitement, on Nov. 24, Corner Bakery is cozying up this season with wholesome fare crafted with heartiness and indulgence in mind. Guests can enjoy these delicious items, among others, for a limited time:
Bananas Foster Pancakes – Buttermilk pancakes, sliced banana, caramel, whipped cream and candied pecans.
Chicken Rosa Pasta – Grilled chicken, Parmesan, spinach, oven-roasted tomato, cavatappi pasta, pesto, tomato cream sauce and toasted breadcrumbs.
Candied Pecan Baby Bundt Cakes – Maple pecan pumpkin or caramel pecan chocolate flavors.
For a refreshing festive drink, Corner Bakery is also offering its White Chocolate Mint Cold Brew and White Chocolate Mint Latte.
“The holidays are such a special time, and in what’s been a year filled with uncertainty, we want to make it easy for our guests to celebrate the holidays with comforting and familiar Corner Bakery flavors,” says Donna Josephson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Corner Bakery. “With the launch of our bonus cards, holiday trays and menu items, our guests can delight in the season wherever they feel at home.”
Guests and team members’ safety is top priority at Corner Bakery. All employees are required to wear a mask and gloves during their shifts. Social distancing is enforced through markers on the floors, and where dine-in is allowed, seating is appropriately distanced. Many cafes have patio seating and/or offer curbside pickup, and all offer takeout, delivery, and catering.