Stones Café & Bakery offers a scrumptious assortment with a special flare for breakfast pastries, pies, cookies, brownies, granola, and of course: sandwiches, soups, stews & chowders.
Open Tuesday to Sunday, closed Monday’s
Breakfast 6:30-11:00 Breakfast 6:30 – 2:00
Lunch 11:15 – 2:00 Lunch 11:15 – 2:00
Breakfast / Brunch 7:30 – 1:00
Call ahead for Daily Specials @ 829-4640
NOW SERVING BREAKFAST TUESDAY - FRIDAY 6:30 - NOON, SATURDAY & SUNDAY ALL DAY!
" Traditional & Gluten Free Baked Goods"
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TREATS FROM THE BAKERY:
MUFFINS $10.50 ˝ dozen $19.95 dozen
CINNAMON ROLLS (PLAIN) $11.70 ˝ dozen $21.45 dozen (baked or ready to bake)
NUT & RAISIN ROLLS $13.50 ˝ dozen $24.75 dozen (baked or ready to bake)
SCONES $11.70 ˝ dozen
DINNER ROLLS: WHITE OR WHEAT $7.95 dozen
WHOLE WHEAT OR WHITE BREAD $3.95 per loaf
BISCUITS $7.95 ˝ dozen $15.25 dozen
TWO LAYER CAKES $25.00 each
PIES $15.95 each
STONES HONEY ALMOND GRANOLA $7.50 1lb bag
*No tax on bulk granola or bulk bakery items, packaged coffee or gift certificates*
Coffee By Design: Holiday Blends, Coffee House or Black Thunder $12.95 per bag
Stones Gift Certificates available all the time in any amount
Stones Now Offers GLUTEN FREE BAKERY ITEMS:
Cookies, Bars, Muffins, Cinnamon Rolls, Cup Cakes and White Bread.
Some of our Customers thoughts...
'While planning a trip to Maine for this past September, my husband read about your restaurant in Down East Magazine. What a great breakfast we enjoyed when we visited. I’ve told everyone at home about you’re your Monster Hash. It will be a great to prep ahead and serve quickly to guests in the morning. . We also enjoyed scones and sweet rolls that we purchased to take with us! We’ll be back!'
Gloria and Doug Birdsell Canada
'I was in with my wife and daughter on Saturday for breakfast. It was packed and the food was great! Worth the wait.
Keep up the good work!......Later'
Mark Labrie - The Notes
- About us -
Chris Cole earned her degree in culinary arts and restaurant management in 1990. Shortly after completing her education she started a small food processing business making sauces, dressings, and pickles using locally grown and whenever possible organic ingredients. She was able to combine her passion for baking and breakfast cookery at Fiddlehead Farm Café where for four years she practiced the art of bread making and morning pastries. Chris went on to help create Stone Soup in the Portland Public Market. Here she was able to start and run a business where all the proceeds would go directly to helping support the culinary job program that she designed for homeless and low income people.
Chris purchased Stones Grove Restaurant and changed the name to Stones Café & Bakery. In 2007 Stones Café was featured in the Community Leader as a great new eatery. Then Stones was named in the top 50 places to eat in Maine by Down East Magazine and have since received a 4 & 1/2 star review in the Portland Press Herald.
Open Tuesday - Sunday for Breakfast & Lunch
Stones Cafe' & Bakery
424 Walnut Hill Rd. (Route 115)
North Yarmouth, Maine 04097
site updated 5/23/2013