The good news is that at 3 in the afternoon there were only a few people in line ahead of me, the bad news was they were out of the chocolate croissants. No matter – I made do with 2 plain croissants, bacon cheese bread, a tarte au citron and a baba au rhum. Baba au rhum is a rum soaked cake filled with whipped cream. It was moist and delicious while the lemon tart was bright, sweet and tart - both were wonderful. The croissants were good, but did not have the shattering crisp exterior I remember so fondly from my trip to Paris. However, I blame the damp sea air for that. The bacon cheese bread was excellent; it made wonderful toast the next morning.
In addition to the bakery, there is also a bistro that serves lunch and dinner that people also seem to love. I would highly recommend checking it out if you are on the cape.