1212 S Stewart St, Carson City
Decided to stop by the schats bakery and check out the bagels and pastries. The love and work of art they put in their cakes, cookies, and pastries are gorgeous! Not only did I purchase many bagels of all different flavors, I decided to sit down and eat an apple walnut salad. It was so good it was my first time ever eating a salad with fruit on it. Because of this salad, I am now obsessed! This place is awesome!
My Hawaiian wife came home all excited, claiming she had just bought me a cannoli from this place. A whipped cream filling; no ricotta. A candy shell; no delicious cookie shell. And an industrial chocolate on either end to keep that greasy filling in place. You have got to be kidding.
If you love pastries, you may be in trouble coming here. As soon as I walked in, my stomach was ambushed by coffee cakes and artisan breads. I hadn't even reached the counter and my eyes were drooling for every little thing they had on display. Fortunately I was able to control myself until I noticed they had a deli towards the back of the bakery. What a deceptive little shop. I will return soon after I devour this blueberry coffee cake. Highly recommend ?
Great bakery with all sorts of tasty treats and food. Though the tri tip today wouldn't come apart from my bite and just pulled out of the sandwich. The French fries also could have been cooked a bit longer.
Pretty decent selection and can complain about the freshness/taste. Staff was awesome. I had my little with me, and as you can imagine, it was taking a minute for her to pick what she wanted, so I was letting people go ahead of us. The gal behind the counter went out of the way to make sure we weren't being skipped. Really appreciated that extra effort.
Absolutely love this place. You'll pay a bit more but you're getting fresh baked everything! AND for your sweet tooth, they have plenty to choose from. I die for the cannoli's. Delicious lunch menu too.
Does The Truth Hurt? I've been coming for the baked goods and they've mostly been good, but the espresso drinks (latte and cappuccino) have been hit or miss. The kids need a little training on how to make both and the difference between the two. Heck, not a single one behind the counter even knew how many shots went into them last time. Today, however, I was a bit stunned when I asked the date of the loaf of Jewish Rye I was buying. You see, they use different color twist ties to denote the day it was made. When I asked the young lady which color was today, she said, my manager said we can't tell you. So I said, which color is more recent? Same answer. Okay, when was it made? Can't tell you. Huh?! Holy caraway seeds, Batman, your manager said you can't tell me when it was made??? First of all, that's just wrong. Every loaf of bread I've bought in the last 30 years has a date. What is this Joker of a manager/owner thinking?! And if you really want to conceal it from your customers, at least teach the clerks to say something a little less infuriating. So ... dear schmuck manager, let me suggest that while you are teaching your employees how to make a proper latte and cappuccino, you might provide your clerks with a better script on how to conceal the date on your bread. OR, as an alternative, you might just tell the truth. This may come as a surprise, but if your product is good, there isn't much harm in disclosing the truth to your customers. Does the truth hurt? Only when you say, I can't tell you the truth.
If you ever wanted to see what would happen if you left a few kids unsupervised running your store drop by Schatts around closing time. There were two young girls working the display / pastry section at 5:30pm. Neither knew how to act with paying customers. One girl appeared to be training the other in how to be incompetent. Simultaneously, there was an adult male from the kitchen area playing 'grab-ass' games with lots of laughing and hollering. As we wanted to purchase about 6 selections we were surprised to see the one 'supervising' girl telling the other one how to put the items in a bag. The girl would put the items in a bag and walk over to the register expecting us to follow her. This happened 4 times. We had to tell both of them that we were still selecting more items. About this time the 'supervising' one tells us "we are closing in ten minutes" while they incompetently shuffled around taking waaay too long to 'weigh' the pastries. The one girl had to weigh one bag 4 times to get it right. After this ridiculous half-assed amateur experience we will not be back.
It was my first time in the bakery. We walked in and immediately were told it was "cash only". Then we went to the order window and were told only one cash register was open. There are delicious looking cakes and cookies, and breads and jams, lining the window. Only about 5 booths for seating, so if it's busy you might have to take it to go. There wasn't really a bakery smell, which would have added a scensory overload to our visit. (in a good way) The baked goodies all looked so appetizing but we were strong ;) We ordered the burger (comes with fries) and the BLT, fries additional. A burger and fries was $12.00. Quite a delicious bargain. Food was out in no time. We split both so we could each try the other, but after 1/2 the burger and fries we were stuffed. The burger bun, was beyond fresh, the burger meat was medium done (perfect) every ingredient on that burger was high quality. The fries were perfectly crisp, and there were a ton of them. I took home 1/2 the blt for dinner, and it was delicious as well. The bacon to bread ratio (it's a thing) was spot on! We ended up splitting a peanut butter cookie and it was just okay - which was weird since it's a bakery and that's what they DO. I'll be back in and buy some bread because it was looking phenomenal.
They offer a great selection of various pastries! Always fresh and delicious for any occasion!
This is my first visit to Paul Schat's Bakery and restaurant in Carson City. This long time restaurant and bakery does not disappoint. The entrance is warm and welcoming Coming through the door, you'll see coffee cakes of many varieties, various breads and other pastries prominently displayed. You can order sandwiches, salads and soups at the counter for take out or eat in. We ate in the restaurant and the seating was plentiful and pleasant. A few of us ordered the turkey sandwich with salad or soup. The sandwich was great and the salad/soups were just fine. One person ordered the apple/walnut salad which was large and topped with fresh apple slices. Another person chose the Tahoe Blue which was a grilled tuna sandwich with melted cheese. There were many types of sandwich breads to choose from. Lattes, coffees, teas and bottled beverages were also available. Bottom line- please visit Schat's for great baked goods and wonderful sandwiches.
On our Road trip to Nevada on our way home we always have to stop by to this bakery. They have the best Pastrami sandwiches, best cheese breads and butter cookies! Love it
Was given a gift card from the parents of a student. Went to use the card and was told it expired. Cashier said the balance was visible ($20) but I couldn't use it. Card did not have any expiration date on it. So it amounts to they took that parents money and they got nothing in return. Business must be good pulling this kinda stuff. Many better local options, try them instead of Schat.
Schat's has great breads and pastries. Just tried lunch there, tuna melt sandwich, and it was excellent too! This Schat's is smaller than the others, finding a table might be difficult.There is outdoor seating. Unfortunately, there are plastic trays piled up beside the tables that is not very attractive.
1212 S Stewart St, Carson City, NV 89701