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A traditional bakery and a source of great food.

How far would you drive for a good cup of coffee? Somebody asked me that very question awhile ago and I had to admit it caught me off guard. Lucky for us the Charleston bakery isn’t too far from our house.

The definition of a good cup of joe is usually determined by the individual who’s drinking it. Straight black, milk or sugar, and the flavor of the month are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what’s available at the Charleston Delicatessen & Bakery.

Charleston Bakery and Deli

If you’re ever in the Summerville, South Carolina area, this is a must stop coffee shop and deli that offers a little bit of something for everyone.

The Charleston Bakery and Deli

This traditional Jewish bakery is a drive worth making for an excellent cup of coffee. Located just off the corner of Bacon’s Bridge and Dorchester roads, it is easily accessible and offers plenty of parking. Check out their Facebook page for current specials.

Variety is the spice of life. Everything you could want with your cup of coffee is located under one roof. A full deli offers a variety of sandwiches and gyros. The bakery has mouth watering cakes and pies all sitting under a glass case that once you’ve gazed upon it, you’ll find it hard to pull your eyes from.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served six days a week with an ice cream assortment that you’ll have to save room for if you’re eating in. The Charleston Bakery is closed on Mondays. Who can blame them? I don’t like Mondays either, but they are ready to serve you all weekend long.

Charleston Bakery Has A Deli to Remember

There is a lot to choose from at Charleston Bakery & Deli.

It might all seem a little overwhelming at first, but don’t shy away or let that hold you back. My wife, Silke, and I had something specific in mind before we went so we knew what to look for. A little afternoon coffee and cake. We were not disappointed.

Cheesecake nirvana!

Cheesecake Nirvana!

The pies and pastries were beyond enticing, but a little on the spendy side.

Everything looked good and we were lucky enough to actually agree on something together. The New York Style Cheese Cake with fruit was something that no mere words could describe.

The Charleston Bakery has become a local institution.

Armed with fork in hand, we obliged one another by taking turns with our little slice of heaven. We soon ended up looking at each other rather sheepishly when we discovered that the plate was empty. I guess next time we’ll each have to get our own slice of cheesecake.

I highly recommend the Charleston Bakery for

a truly unique deli style experience.

Every town as a best kept secret, but I’m afraid I would be doing a great disservice to all my fellow coffee and cheese cake lovers to not spill the beans on this one.

Do you have a favorite bakery or deli in your town? Leave us a comment below.

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