HW Pick: Sconehenge, Some Of The Best Scones In The World Of Harlem

You know we love to talk about what we love, we love everything in Harlem and then there is the rest of the world, and the Scone Hedge English Tea Scones by Sconehenge Bakery & Cafe are incredibly light and scrumptious (especially the mixed berry)!

Don’t take our word for it, here are Yelp fans:

Alia T said:

The scones are some of the most divine pastries that you have ever eaten. The flavors change daily. I was lucky enough to enjoy the blueberry this past Sunday.

TSK said:

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Best scones ever! Or at least since the Neolithic Period. Available in the fun size at local Whole Foods.

Megha K said:

Onto the main star of the show, though – the SCONES. They’re a steal for the price, and so, so delicious. They’re a bit moist and not too sweet, and melt in your mouth. I’d recommend asking your server to have it warmed up for you, so the butter melts well. They also sell packs of four scones for $4.50, I believe – I was sorely tempted to get a pack and go home and eat them, they were that good.

Leslie said:

Delicious, fresh scones. More like a biscuit than a typical hard scone.

Megan H said:

The scone was light, had a tender crumb and the perfect level of sweetness.

We order them online (sconehengeberkeley.com), the service is fast and efficient.

Sconehenge Bakery & Cafe, 2787 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94705, 510.845.5168, sconehengeberkeley.com

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