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Phone: (906) 487-6166
Menu Link: royspasties.com
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Roys Pasties & Bakery Store
We are a family-owned and operated bakery in the heart of Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. Featuring made-from-scratch pasties, deli soups and sandwiches, …
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Roy’s bakes the best Pasties daily along with fresh breads and pastries. Stop in for a great lunch… 305 W Lakeshore Dr, Houghton, MI 49931.
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Amazing food, coffee, bakery items and service.
The homemade chips are an awesome combination of french fry and potato chip.
Cute place, good staff, amazing, huge variety of menu items.
Best pasty I’ve had in a while!! Also, we got a donut and croissant as well, both of which were incredible!!I got a Bismark donut, and the filling was amazing- not your normal filling- go try it!!My husband’s croissant was literally the best croissant I’ve ever tried- so light and airy.Also, the staff were super kind and friendly. Not a long wait, and a nice area to sit and enjoy your scrumptious food!
We’re currently on a van life road trip from California to Michigan and we just made it to Michigan! We camped nearby and saw this pastie spot. I’ve tried pasties in the past and wasn’t a big fan but the restaurant looked lovely from the outside so I decided to give it a try- glad I did because this one was way better.I ordered a vegetarian pastie and my partner ordered a turkey cranberry pastie. Both were very good. I definitely am glad we got water with them because it made me thirsty.Also ordered a cinnamon roll with maple frosting on top.Definitely recommend if you’re in the area to stop by 🙂
John K Evans
In the Upper Midwest, there are destinations to which one returns over and over again … Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store, Betty’s Pies … and Roy’s Pasties and Bakery. A few things to keep in mind: First, Roy’s is open six days a week, 7 to 7. Second, the pasties are phenomenally popular, and tend to sell out before noon. In late August we got there around 12:15 in midweek, and the traditional and turkey pasties were already gone. Happily, we were able to nosh on a couple of chicken and broccoli pasties, and will add a dozen of them to our fall foliage order (a dozen of each, if your please). So, the third point is to order in advance. Try and give them a full 48 hours heads up. And lest we forget … Roy’s also does pastries. The cream puffs are sinfully good, so light that there’s little guilt attached to the calories. Now, walk across the road, settle in at one of the picnic tables, and enjoy the view while you eat!It’s a month later, and having phoned in our order several days earlier, it’s time to head north to enjoy the fall foliage … and lay up 3 dozen of the 12 ounce pasties (a dozen each of the Traditional, Turkey and Cranberry, and Chicken and Broccoli), with a 37th hot and waiting to be eaten on the spot! The total cost came to $269.71. The order was boxed up and waiting, but we offloaded it into a large cooler loaded with dry ice to keep it well frozen for the 6 hour drive back to the Twin Cities. Of course, we sat outside to admire the view, and we did take in a few country lanes and lakeside parks on the way home. Enjoy the photos.