Let’s start at the bakery. Wegmans has the most amazing bakery. The pastries, tarts, and éclairs are prettier and tastier than most of the desserts in upscale restaurants. The prices are very accessible and the lemon tart is my favorite. I’m going to buy a tart for a picnic this weekend.
My mother says that you can tell a good croissant by the sound of it. She heartily gives the crunchy-on-the-outside Wegmans croissant her seal of approval. So many different muffin and danish varieties are presented in baskets that remind me of an old school bakery.
Cookie lovers appreciate the variety of tea cookies, sugar cookies, and decorated cookies. Mix and match as you please, as all of the cookies are sold by weight. Friendly employees eagerly shared samples with the minnies as we admired the baked goods.
The bread. Oh, the bread! If I wouldn’t have known better, I easily could have thought that I was in a European bakery with the variety of hearty loaves of bread.
Instead of regular dinner rolls, I bought a variety of rolls to arrange in a bread basket. The pretzel rolls are superb.
With the spectacular floral department at Wegmans, I may not have to find another florist in the future. Very well informed employees assist customers with any need imaginable, from a bunch of flowers to take home to custom designed floral arrangements for weddings.
Margaret, a very helpful Wegmans employee, told me that the roses are imported from Colombia. Red, pink, orange, yellow, and a myriad of other hues are a bargain at $9.99 a dozen.
Of course, if you want to design your own arrangements, you can purchase all of the elements that you need to create stunning floral designs.
The pink Gerberas are pretty and very well priced. Wegmans flower department inspires me to fill my house with fresh flowers! Love!
I'm thrilled to have Wegmans in my backyard. I'm going to find a lot of excuses to do a lot of grocery shopping this summer.
Do you have a Wegmans close to you?