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Downtown Eugene residents can satisfy their upscale deli and bakery needs at Noisette, French for hazelnut (the official state nut, it should be noted). The place is a hybrid destination for savory and sweet cravings, bridging the gap between breakfast and lunch: with brioche flavored with orange blossom water and almonds or sugar-powdered madeleines on one hand and caprese baguettes, pot pies and goat cheese biscuits with herbs and sea salt on the other. A weekly baking schedule makes sure you know what’s coming out of the oven piping hot and when (but expect baguettes everyday because who doesn’t need a daily baguette). Specials are based on local yields, so if the forager comes in with some wild mushrooms, you better expect chanterelles baked into the upcoming quiches.

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Noisette Pastry Kitchen

Noisette

Downtown Eugene residents can satisfy their upscale deli and bakery needs at Noisette, French for hazelnut (the official state nut, it should be noted). The place is a hybrid destination for savory and sweet cravings, bridging the gap between breakfast and lunch: with brioche flavored with orange blossom water and almonds or sugar-powdered madeleines on one hand and caprese baguettes, pot pies and goat cheese biscuits with herbs and sea salt on the other. A weekly baking schedule makes sure you know what’s coming out of the oven piping hot and when (but expect baguettes everyday because who doesn’t need a daily baguette). Specials are based on local yields, so if the forager comes in with some wild mushrooms, you better expect chanterelles baked into the upcoming quiches.