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Mid-autumn opening of Manan Bakery brings Old World manna to the soul of local Las Vegans
Published on Tue, Oct 9, 2012 (2:50 p.m.)LAS VEGAS, NV (October 9, 2012) Las Vegans are invited to sweeten their day and leisurely indulge in the newest European-style bakery to open in Las Vegas, Manan Bakery. The convenient location in the west part of town at Flamingo Road near Torrey Pines has received a warm welcome by patrons in the community.
“Every customer leaves with a smile on their face and something sweet in their bag.” said, Naira Vardanyan, Artisan Baker and Owner of Manan Bakery. “Customers are smiling because when they bite into our desserts, their mouth is instantly filled with a burst of our house Bavarian crème. It’s like getting a dose of happiness that uplifts the soul.” She added, “I think of it as pastry therapy. Nobody leaves depressed!”
Customers can snap up an array of colorful confections to-go, such as fresh French mandarin and blueberry fruit tarts, flaky Napoleons, and tantalizing tiramisu. Naira plans to offer fall flavors to the bakery case using festive fruit fillings such as apricot.
In the bakery’s kitchen Naira uses family recipes handed down from her mother by memory, not on paper. The family's roots in Armenia proves old meets new can be successful. Naira is fulfilling a passionate dream to own a neighborhood bakery of her own, built on quality and family integrity.
About Manan Bakery
Manan Bakery creates artisanal breads, authentic barbari, baklava, and nazook by using traditional methods of the old world. The bakery also offers Challah every Friday before 4:30 P.M. Open daily, from 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Located at 6620 West Flamingo Road, Suite 4. Call 702-733-4000 to place special orders for any catering occasion, custom wedding cakes, birthday, or exceptional gift basket delicacies.
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