Price: $ - Inexpensive
Lest pastry aficionados fear that Tulie is a twisted spelling of the thin French cookie called a tuile, you should know that Tulie is named for a cat, and that owner/self-taught pastry wizard Leslie Seggar knows exactly what’s she’s doing—on every level, from croissants to hot-pressed sandwiches. Leslie’s gourmet pastries feature only the finest ingredients, and the treats are enhanced by the store’s physical layout, right down to communal tables that lend the sleek environment a warm, inviting quality. From housemade quiche with Gruyère, Swiss chard and thyme to croissants that conjure a picturesque Paris, Tulie has an eye for detail and palate for the finer things in life. This downtown Salt Lake City bakery has all that one could desire from a bakery.
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