E 48th Street Market’s Bakery
Special Occasion Cakes and Gift Baskets—We have everything you need to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries communions, baptisms, graduation parties, and weddings.
The Market has the one essential food of the Italian daily menu, bread. We carry several dozen varieties of breads and rolls. Our crusty Italian bread is baked daily, always fresh. Semolina and kaiser rolls are available on Saturdays and Kimmelweck rolls can be pre-ordered only. Our homemade cannoli cream filled in our crispy shell as well as butter, pignoli, Neapolitan (tricolor) cookies, Biscotti, Ricotta Cheese cakes and Sfogliatelli. Cassata cake made with Cannoli cream filling can be pre-ordered for any of your special occasions.
Another house specialty is our stuffed breads, spinach, meat and pepperoni and fresh pizza dough. Other specialties are pepper frisseli and tarralli.
Cannoli • Mini Cannoli • Sfogliatelle • Chocolate Mousse Cake • Carrot Cake • Coconut Cake • Italian Rum Cake • Cheese Cake Ricotta Pie • Fudge Brownies • Eclairs • Italian Cookies • Traditional Holiday Desserts • Tiramisu • Biscotti • Ricotta Cheese Cake • Panna Cotta • Zeppole
*Cakes by the slice or pre-order whole cakes
Italian Breads Fresh Daily
Hearth baked with no sugars or fats added
Special Order Breads Please Provide 24 Hour Notice
• Barese (Round) Large and Small
• Bread Sticks-Soft
• Country Rolls
• Country Loaves
• Foccacia 9 inch
• Italian Pullman Loaves
• Muffaletta Rolls
• Sicilian Loaves— Large and Extra Large (XL)
• Tuscano Round and Loaf
Italian Sausage*Holidays or Special Order
Prosciutto Bread*Holidays or Special Order
Easter Braid w/ Colored Eggs*Easter
3 Foot Hero*24 hour notice
Lotta Muffaletta*24 hour notice
Wow, this place felt like I’d stepped out of the south and was back home in Chicago! Nothing so far has actually done that for me here, it was a wonderful feeling. This is also the first place I’ve been to in Atlanta where bread is actually BREAD. No one in the South understands what makes a good loaf of bread! It should be crusty, chewy (this is the biggest sin, southerners like soft nasty bread), and yeasty with a great bite. In a nutshell, it should be toothsome and I haven’t found a bread here yet that was until now. I shared a prosciutto and fresh mozzarella sub, a serving of eggplant and sausage casserole (think a lasagna except the noodle were thinly sliced eggplant), and Tuscan white beans with sausage with my husband. Everything was wonderful, truly an escape back to my favorite Italian markets at home. The sub was PACKED with prosciutto, but it only cost us $6.50! The only thing I would suggest is to ask for a little tomato on your prosciutto sub, it would have made it even better. I just discovered this place two weeks ago, so I haven’t made it back, but when I do it’s going to be hard to not drop a lot of money on bread, Italian pastries (I MISS THOSE), homemade Italian sausage (it was the real deal), and a plethora of canned/jarred items I’ve been missing. OHHHHHHH did I mention they have real Primo giardiniera???? Like, Chicago style giardiniera! It’s not cheap, but they have it there! Amazing. And the staff is wonderful, very friendly and accommodating.