Sweet Indulgence Arrives in San Ramon: Miette Bakery Opens at City Center Bishop Ranch

Opening a new bakery is always a cause for celebration, and Miette Bakery‘s arrival at City Center Bishop Ranch in San Ramon, California is no exception.

This delightful bakery, known for its homemade cookies, cakes, and macarons, also boasts a large section filled with bulk candy for kids. Our visit on opening day revealed that there might be a few kinks to iron out, but Miette Bakery is set to be a welcome addition to City Center, located conveniently across from Boba Guys.

A Mouth-Watering Selection

Miette Bakery offers a delectable array of treats, including homemade cookies that are elegant and fanciful. Cakes and macarons in muted colors round out the treat selection.

For those with a sweet tooth, the bulk candy section is a dream come true. With a wide variety of options, kids (and kids-at-heart) can fill their bags with their favorite treats to enjoy at home or while strolling through City Center.

Opening Day Hiccups

Though our visit to Miette Bakery on opening day was filled with anticipation and excitement, there were some kinks to work out on opening day. Limited signage made it difficult to locate the bakery, and challenges with operating the cash register led to longer wait times for customers.

It’s possible that the bakery rushed to open in time for Easter, which may have contributed to the last-minute scramble. However, these small hiccups should not detract from the overall experience and potential of this charming new addition to the area.

A Promising Future

Once the kinks are ironed out, Miette Bakery is poised to become a favorite destination for those in search of indulgent sweets in City Center Bishop Ranch. With its convenient location across from Boba Guys, it’s the perfect spot to grab a delicious treat after enjoying a refreshing bubble tea–or to bribe your kids with some sweets while you enjoy a nice walk around!

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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