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Magazine: Shelton Cafe Has Best Cheesecake In State

by Press Release | Oct 11, 2012 1:28 pm

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CONTRIBUTEDLisa and Brian Stockbridge of Stockbridge’s Gourmet Cheesecakes & Café are proud to announce they have been awarded Best of Connecticut for Best Cheesecake from Connecticut Magazine.

This is the 10th year in a row that Stockbridge’s has received this honor.

Located at 509 Howe Aven. in Shelton, Stockbridge’s Cheesecakes boasts the area’s most delicious assortment of gourmet cheesecakes, with over 45 varieties each with a unique blend of tastes and flavor sensations.

The award-winning cheesecakes are their specialty item, but Stockbridge’s takes equal pride in their spectacular scones, creative cookies and luscious layer cakes. Each and every delectable produced is made from scratch and baked to perfection.

In addition, the café offers a full menu for breakfast, lunch, desserts, and afternoon tea. The café is family-friendly and boasts a fabulous Sunday brunch.

Stockbridge’s Gourmet Cheesecakes uses only the finest ingredients with no preservatives or artificial flavors. Their hand-made specialties also include sugar-free and gluten-free products and the company’s award-winning cakes can be found in Connecticut’s Stew Leonard’s grocery stores.

“This distinction means so much to us. We work so hard to prepare our cakes to complement the subtleties of each flavor and are proud to say from the classics to the creative, our cakes are baked the old-fashioned way, never frozen and each order is hand-made and hand-delivered,” says, Lisa Stockbridge, co-owner of the company.

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