News that takes the Cake

“That French Bakery in Millvale”  video by Rick Sebak WQED

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Pittsburgh Quarterly Magazine, The “granddaddy” of Pittsburgh’s French Bakeries  Spring 2014,   Barbara Eichenlaub

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Pennsylvania Magazine   May/June 2013,  Bette McDevitt and Joe Renchly

“In Paris, I would go to Ladurée, the famous bakery, and Chatellier’s is just as good,” – Nancy Seifert

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News through the years

Pittsburgh’s NPR news station 90.5  in a piece on French owned business in Pittsburgh. March 18, 2014  Listen here

Pittsburgh Magazine, Feb. 2012,  Kate Chynoweth  “Just as in Paris, his version is airy and densely filled with buttery layers—meltingly rich inside and crisp on the exterior.”

The Food Lovers Guide to Pittsburgh, Nov 2011, Pittsburgh Magazine, Lauren Bracey  “All the flavors at Jean-Marc Chatellier’s French Bakery are devine, but the salted caramel is particularly luscious, with buttery caramel oozing from between the crisp-chewy cookies”

On French Macarons, Jan 6, 2011, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,  China Millman   “Sweet without being cloying, the almond meringue cookies sandwiched around a thin layer of rich buttercream are a wonderful combination of crisp and melt-in-your-mouth textures”. 

“French accent Pastry chefs share taste of homeland with their customers” -Sewickley Herald, Nov 10, 2010, Rachel Weaver

On the Job: A taste of Paris in Millvale, Nov 26, 2007, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Brian C. Rittmeyer

A Bakery to Die For, July 18, 2007, Pop City, Heidi Price

Penultimate dessert: Chef offers sweet team mascots to honor playoffs, April 12, 2007, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Bob Batz, Jr.

Munch goes to Jean-Marc Chatellier’s Bakery, Dec 22, 2000, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Munch”

“A bakery to die for.” -Pop City, July 18, 2007

“Penultimate dessert: Chef offers sweet team mascots to honor playoffs.” -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Thursday, April 12, 2007

“The best croissant, including Paris.” -Suzanne Martinson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sunday, December 17, 2000

“A great French bakery.” -David Byrne, musician/composer: Talking Heads

From our customers…

“Thank you so much for the birthday cake for our daughter. The cake exceeded expectations. Without a doubt, it was the best cake I’ve ever had.” Jeff, Cindy and Sarah

“Many thanks for making such a delicious birthday cake for my husband’s surprise 60th. It was absolutely delicious! And the decorations were great. It was devoured by all.” Mary Lou

“I wanted to send you my thanks for the wonderful pastries you provided for my class reunion. Needless to say, everyone enjoyed them. They certainly were exceptional. I’ve never served or have had pastries so delicious.” Sue

“Just a word of thanks for the consistent excellence of your product, and for the always-cheerful phone assistance your staff provides. The cakes were — as usual! — the hit of the party. Looking forward to many more baptisms, first communions, confirmations, grandparents’ days, mothers’ days, Christmases, Easters, family gatherings…and blessing the buttercream.” Lisa

“Your cake was the highlight of our christening, secondary of course to the baby. Many thanks for the lovely addition to the buffet table. I’ve given many people your address and phone number. We had no remains — many had two pieces. It was beautiful and delicious!” Pat

“I do not believe I can write down the many extraordinary comments that were made about the beautiful cake you prepared for me for the 45th anniversary of an employee at Heinz. Not only was the cake a work of art, the cake was absolutely delicious — beautiful texture and subtle flavors. Once again, I would like to thank you for helping to make the anniversary presentation such a success.” Maria