Events & Specials
at the baking company
Weeknight Happy Hour
Monday through Friday, 5pm – 7pm
$2 off draft beers / $2 off wine by the glass / $5 gin (Beefeater) or vodka (Luksusowa) with
Italian bitter tonic & lemon.
Every Tuesday, 7am – 9pm
Provide proof of employment in the Food & Beverage industry for special beverage and pizza pricing.
$2 off all cocktails / $2 off draft beers / $2 off wine by the glass / 20% off bottles of wine
Also for industry employees — all 3-topping build-your-own pizzas are just $12 each every Tuesday. Note that pizzas are available after 11am.
Thursday Pizza Night
Every Thursday, 4pm – 9pm
All three-topping pizzas are just $12 each, dine-in or carry-out.
Plus, bottles of wine are 20% off the menu price.
For carry-out orders, call 810-629-8882 and select prompt 4.
Weekend Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar
Sundays, 9am – 2pm
Select your spirit, salt rim and garnishes.
We have all the trimmings — pickles, olives, cheese, fresh veggies, Nueske’s bacon, capers, shrimp — the list goes on.
For mimosas, select from fresh fruit purées, berries and more to pair with your bubbles.
Our Next Beignet Sunday
Beignet Sunday will take place July 28th!
One Sunday each month, we make fresh beignets 9am ’til 11am, or until the dough runs out, whichever comes first. Beignets can be ordered in sets of 3 for $4.13 per set.
Order your beignets inside the bakery at our retail counter or, if you are dining in, from your server. We no longer take beignet orders out on the sidewalk in front of the bakery; we hope this will make for a better Beignet Sunday experience for all.
**If you take beignets “to-go”, please do not close the lid of your to-go box, as this will trap moisture and make the beignets tough and chewy. Beignets are best eaten soon after coming out of the fryer; they simply won’t be as tasty if they sit for an hour or two.
Beignets (pronounced ben-YAY) are the official state doughnut of Louisiana. They were brought to the region by French settlers known as Acadians. Traditional beignets are made from a pastry dough called ‘choux’, which puffs from the power of its own steam in our donut fryer. Today, beignets are most often associated with the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Start your Sunday the Beignet Way…at the baking company!