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Vancouver Is Getting An All New Japanese Dessert Cafe

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Vancouverites cannot get enough Japanese-style desserts lately, especially since the cheesecake giant Uncle Tetsu opened up shop. Now, another Japanese dessert cafe, Bake 49 is popping up in the city.

The new bakery is replacing the old spot of Lime and Moon Pie Company on Mainland Street in Yaletown.

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They recently unveiled a sneak peek into their menu which is looking pretty delicious. To kick things off, the cafe is serving a variety of Japanese treats, including Croquant Choux, Japanese Cheese Tart, Double Fromage Cheesecake and a Milk Soft Serve.

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While they have to announce an exact opening date, it’ll be open for late September or early October.

For more Japanese-style desserts, check out the best spots to get Japanese cheesecake in Vancouver.

Bake49

When: Set to open late September or early October

Where: 1066 Mainland Street, Vancouver

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