Pembroke Bakery & Cafe – Restaurant Series #1

I don’t know about y’all but after 25 years, I needed a little spice and newness to my diet. I have been to the same restaurants over and over in Fort Wayne since I was a little girl. Granted, they are good, but I needed some variety. So I decided to change that. I ventured out! I wanted to try new foods and explore what other cuisines my city had to offer. I was happily surprised to find a lot of restaurants and places I have never been to. Places where each meal I tried was delicious! And now, through Living Fort Wayne, I want to share that exploration with you!

My goal with this series is to introduce you and myself (continuing to look for new places) to a variety of foods and drinks, all from restaurants/cafes that are locally owned. Places that add an interesting piece to Fort Wayne’s awesome and vibrant city-puzzle. Time to venture out to and embrace all your taste buds! I’ll hold your hand, I promise.

A great place to start is Pembroke Bakery & Cafe.

Hint: I started here.

Pembroke Bakery & Cafe is one of my favorite downtown spots. Located inside the Auer Center for Arts and Culture, this place captivates what a hip urban cafe should be.

I always have a hard time picking what to eat here.

Some of my favorites are the Roman pizza and New Mexican black bean and corn burger.

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Roman Pizza

 

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New Mexico Black Bean and Corn Burger

 

The selections change daily and include vegan, gluten free options and a Kosher-approved menu.

Health nuts and meat lovers alike will enjoy this place. I am not a nutritionist but if it is green, it’s healthy…and there’s lots of green here!

Not only is it a restaurant, Pembroke also offers catering options, cooking classes and an informational blog.

Pembroke Bakery & Cafe is located on 300 East Main Street, Fort Wayne, IN., 46802. In the Auer Center for Arts and Culture. It is open Monday-Friday: 7am-9pm (8am during January), Saturday: 8:30am-6pm and Sunday: 12pm-5pm.

Permission by Pembroke Bakery & Cafe.

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Jade Haag

Author: Jade Haag

Dancing Queen. Foodie Freshman. Elohim Believer. Always willing to make strangers into friends.

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