It’s all about tradition at Buttonwood Bakery in Hanover Township. This family-run bakery has followed the same recipes since they opened in 1946. Their business values haven’t changed either—you’ll always be treated like part of the family.
Buttonwood Bakery whips up old-world pastries that are sure to make you feel a bit nostalgic. They’re famous in the Valley for their signature walnut rolls and poppy seed rolls. Each one weighs over a pound, and trust us, you’re going to want to eat it all yourself. They also make heavenly pies and cookies.
Buttonwood Bakery has more than just sweets. They’re also the destination for some of NEPA’s favorite ethnic foods. During Lent, customers come in droves for the pagach, which is fresh dough stuffed with mashed potatoes and cheese.
Stock up on your favorite pastries, because Buttonwood Bakery is only open around the holidays. Call or check their social media for operating hours.
Photography by: Courtney Snyder