Black Rook Bakehouse – Relocated

It’s literally been months since Black Rook Bakehouse moved out of their original location on East Hastings. And on more than one occasion, I’ve had cravings for their Chocolate Brownie Cream Pie and Beef Brisket Pot Pie

Thank goodness that they just had their soft opening at their new digs just east (2474 East Hastings) of Nanaimo St. on Dec 4th. Their new location seems pretty spacious, taking over the old Lisbon Bakery shop. Since this was just their soft opening, they didn’t have all of the goodies out yet.

However, they did have a good assortment of meat pies and quiches so I picked up a Chicken Pot Pie and a Beef Pot Pie.

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In addition to the Honey Lavender Cream and Cranberry Crush Cream cookies, I picked up a slice of Ashley. Many of their cakes have names like the Doris and Rufus. Dear Lord! The Ashley is superbly chocolatey – like a black forest cake with layers of rich chocolate cake sandwiched with thick chocolate cream and berries.

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So glad that Black Rook has finally reopened in East Village! Hopefully, they’ll have their cream pies soon.

2474 E Hastings St
Vancouver, BC

www.blackrookbakehouse.com

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Posted on December 4, 2014, in Bakery, Desserts, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Actually the Lisbon Bakery was next door, In your picture it has been subdivided into the Kim Salon and the other side is a clothing store. Before Black Rook it was a commercial appliance place, before that a Pho restaurant and before that a Chinese restaurant

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