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Supreme Sweets takes over for Bianchi’s

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 | Posted by


Decorator Emily Stohler and owner Christina Danner

Decorator Emily Stohler and owner Christina Danner

Supreme Sweets opened on July 12, taking over the spot formerly occupied by Bianchi’s Bake Shop on Maurice Avenue. Christina Danner, the owner of Supreme Sweets, was excited to find the perfect spot for her long-time bakery business.

Bianchi’s closed at the end of June so Mary Bianchi could retire and pursue life as an at-home grandmother. She spent months looking for a buyer.

Danner, 38, from Glen Ellen, has been baking all her life, and professionally since 2003, when family and friends encouraged her to open Occasional Cakes.

“I had been going back and forth between renting commercial space and using my own home,” said Danner. “I have a very high standard for cleanliness and renting space was sometimes a waste because I would spend time cleaning which didn’t make a lot of sense when my home was cleaner.”

Sweets 1When Danner found out about Bianchi’s, she said, the fit could not have been better for her business, which she renamed Supreme Sweets.

“She had all of it set up perfectly,” said Danner, who did some repainting but otherwise found the kitchen ready to go. “Everything is perfect here.”

Supreme Sweets already has a good following. Danner and pastry chef Danielle Swann create a wide array of custom orders for weddings and events from Healdsburg to Sausalito, providing everything from wedding cakes to dessert bars.

Supreme Sweets is located at 1301 Maurice Ave. and is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. For more information, visit SupremeSweets.net or call 794-1524.



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