Today officially marks a new chapter in the story of Oh So Sweet by Tiphanie, one of Davenport's favorite bakeries.

As of Tuesday, March 7th at 8am, the bigger and better location for the bakery and cafe opens to the public eagerly awaiting their favorite sandwiches, soups, and bakery items.


Part of the new location is making the bakery into a full-fledged spot-to-be for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. New hours, an expanded menu, and even alcoholic beverages will be available, making this the ideal spot for brunch or even a date night out.


On the new menu, there are classics like The Cluck Norris, but keep an eye (and a stomach) out for some new soon-to-be favorites:

  • Chef Aaron's Big Daddy Beef - Sliced roast beef, sauteed onion, melted swiss cheese, roasted garlic aioli, served with French onion au jus.
  • The 210 - Turkey, crispy bacon, swiss cheese, sun-dried tomato basil aioli, and fresh spinach.
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Tiphanie hopes to create a new space for the community to come to gather with each other, have a bite to eat, and create memories.

There are even a few photo spots for you and your friends to snag the best Instagram photo to show everyone how much fun you had, like the swings on each side of the restaurant.


Or check out the umbrella that protects you from the raining sprinkles in the party area, which will also be home to cake and cookie decorating classes.


Stop down and grab a sandwich, and see why Tiphanie's baked goods have been featured on The Food Network.


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