A European eatery and bakery known around town for its pastries, schnitzels and strudels, as well as classical live music for guests who choose to dine in.
Mozart’s flaky pastries go beyond dessert
Mozart’s Bakery made its reputation largely on the basis of its sweet pastries. Now it’s using its considerable pastry operation to make a savory variation on the strudel.Mozart's Bakery & Piano Cafe Mozart’s flaky pastries go beyond dessert
Mozart’s moves to larger space
Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe has begun its second act. The pastry shop and restaurant officially opened on Wednesday at its new home in the former Beechwold Tavern at 4784 N. High St., having moved north from its old home, also in Clintonville, at 2885 N. High St.Mozart's Bakery & Piano Cafe Mozart’s moves to larger space
Restaurant review: New Mozart’s offers symphony of Euro-style classics
Newsflash: Dainty ain’t my forte. Yet there I was, happily nibbling on petite crustless finger sandwiches and other assorted frilly treats while I gently sipped hot tea inside of the huge and newly relocated Mozart’s. As a point of pride for this former linebacker, though, I refused to stick my pinkies out.Mozart's Bakery & Piano Cafe Restaurant review: New Mozart’s offers symphony of Euro-style classics