A few years ago, I purchased a loaf of bread from Steve Nagy.  The vegan focaccia was so good. And, I am not even remotely vegan!  Soon, I made it a point to stop at the farmer's market to purchase a loaf each week.  Other people liked it, too.  Nagy's bread was so popular that he ran out of it at the farmer's market.  Soon, Nagy and his wife Angie Quinn (the bread maker) decided to open Pembroke Bakery and offer vegan breads, sandwiches, and more to the world.

Today, everyone visits Pembroke Bakery!  Many out-of-town guests, including foreigners, make this vegan restaurant a destination.   The food is absolutely delicious!  One of most requested sandwiches is the New Mexican Black Bean and Corn Burger.  It is a house-made burger and black beans, corn, onions and spices. The burger is topped with a house made vegan avocado mayo and red cabbage salads.    And, they serve salads to die for!  Try the "Cluck" Caesar Salad. This salad is served over spinach, the dressing has vegan Worcestershire sauce and vegan, nut-free parmesan sauce.  If you are not in the mood for a burger or a salad, Pembroke Bakery serves rice bowls and cups of soup.

After you eat your salad or sandwich, make sure to get dessert.  Pembroke Bakery serves up some of best vegan (gluten-free and nut-free) cookies, cupcakes and cakes in town.  They can even make a to-go box to take goodies home to your family and friends.  

Pembroke Bakery is located at 300 East Main Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the Auer Center for Arts and Culture. It is opened on Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm Saturday: 8:30am-6pm Sunday: 12pm-5pm.