With a dizzying array of more than 40 pastries, a dozen kinds of fresh-baked breads, and ten or so exquisite single-serving desserts, Honey Bits' inventory is the stuff of which carbo-loading dreams are made.Step aside, Cronut™ — you and your sugary, buttery brethren pale in comparison to the from-scratch taro buns, red bean cakes and other Asian confections on display in this Buford Highway bakery's pastry cases. A brand-new addition to everyone's favorite international corridor, Honey Bits — not to be confused with everyone's least favorite Halloween candy — has quickly become one of our go-to destinations for sating a sweet tooth, BuHi-style.
With a dizzying array of over 40 pastries, a dozen kinds of fresh-baked breads, and ten or so exquisite single-serving desserts, Honey Bits' inventory is the stuff of which carbo-loading dreams are made. From sweet (a la the brightly hued macarons) to savory (yes, Virginia, those are hotdogs in that onion bun), the rows and rows of baked goods might be daunting for first-timers. But it's pretty much impossible to go wrong in this game of pastry roulette. Just try not to fog up the glass while you're gawking at all the goods.
Taro Pastry, $1.50
Mung Bean Pastry, $1.50
Green Tea Pastry, $1.50
Black Milk Tea, $2 – $2.75
Honey Bits Bubble Tea, $2.50 – $3.50
Sunday — Thursday, 8 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 a.m.