Award winning solid bakery. Local inspired and traditional loaves and pastries made to the highest standard.
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Tried this place after seeing it on TV. I grabbed a pain au chocolat, an almond croissant, and a chocolate chunk pecan cookie. Everything was good but the cookie was spectacular. My only regret was not coming back another day to try more tasty bites.
With the exception of their small bread items (eg croissants), the real beauty of Standard is their French sweets. You should not leave Portland without a Standard Financier (think crisp chocolate cookie as a muffin) or a raspberry or apricot galette (their version is more...More
Very good cookies, croissants and so on. Didn't try the bread. Got coffee and tea, which were both good. Service is fast. Wish they had a bathroom for customers.
On our last day and on our way out of Portland, we stopped to get breakfast and bread to bring home! My husband got the sweet roll and I got the blueberry oat sconce, amazing!!!! We couldn't resist getting "lunch" since we had a 6...More
Standard Baking puts an instant smile on my face because from the moment I walk into the shop I feel like I've just stepped into a Parisian boulangerie. I'm always greeted by the friendly staff and the tempting warm fragrance of just-cooked baguettes, boules and...More
It's always great to hear from locals! Thank you!
Grabbed some bread and coffee before heading out to Peaks island on the ferry. Wow, the Aroostook baguette was just the right degree of crunch on the outside with a slight tug to the bite, tender moist crumb on the inside. I’d get that again...More
Arriving at this bakery insures you being able to purchase their delicious almond croissants! They are the best that we have ever had! The bread is to die for and their new chocolate chip with salt cookies were amazing! Love this place and wish we...More
We stopped in looking for some wild blueberry sweets. We got blueberry oat scones. We saw the cookies and "needed" those too. They told us the chocolate chunk with pecans were still warm, so don't wait too long to eat them... We sat outside and...More