T Stands For is hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard
September 2017 - Lincoln NE
I have to get more creative with my posts but in the meantime I will continue to post interesting T places.
We drove across the States and home through Canada in 2017. Lincoln Nebraska was a very interesting stop, lots of street art.
We stopped here for breakfast, they have gluten free pastries and books!
I took a few pictures...
The Rabbit Hole Bakery looks perfect! It'd certainly be a place I'd return to again and again if I lived there. Happy T TuesdayReplyDelete
Wow what a lovely spot you found and to find gluten free pastries in a bakery would be amazing for me. thanks for sharing Happy TReplyDelete
Oh my, what a wonderful bakery - I love it! The white rabbit Alice theme is perfect and your photos capture the fun atmosphere wonderfully, the attention to detail is amazing 😁. We used to have an Alice themed tearoom here, but it's closed down now. Thanks so much for sharing and wishing you a very Happy T Day! Hugs, Jo xReplyDelete
...homey comes to mind!ReplyDelete
The Rabbit Hole Bakery looks very inviting. So do the baked goods. I love the mural of the girl reading an Alice in Wonderland book under a tree.ReplyDelete
Happy T-Day. Stay safe and well. Hugs, Eileen
Wow what a fun place to visit ~ They really went all out with the decorations & Yum to the bakery case :)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful, fun place, I want to visit there! Happy T day, ValerieReplyDelete
I did my internship in Omaha, but only went to Lincoln once. I wish I'd known about The Rabbit Hole Bakery because it is both creative and beautiful. I love the side table made of books, but that teacup and teapot tree really DID it for me. You think outside the box, Jackie, and I absolutely LOVE that you do. This was an absolutely perfect and incredible visual journey through time and space and I love it. Thanks so much for taking us to The Rabbit Hole Bakery for T this Tuesday.ReplyDelete
BTW, I would LOVE to add your blog to my left sidebar, but will only do so with your permission.
Thank you, Bleubeard and Elizabeth! I would be honoured if you added my blog to your sidebar!Delete
What a delightful place!ReplyDelete
I love the decor here! It's very clever with the book table, clocks and so many more Alice references!ReplyDelete
jackie have you read the Tea shop mysteries by Laura Child? So good... I'm mid series reading all I can. That tree reminds me of the heroine's wreaths with cups on itReplyDelete
No I haven't, I will certainly check them out.Delete
That bakery seems to have lots of imaginative touches, like the teacup lamp base.ReplyDelete
be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
This does look like a fun place, and I can see why you reposted it for T. What fabulous decor. I love the lamp and also that holiday tree with all the teacups. I would call it a Christmas tree but maybe they leave it up year round? And the treats looks very yummy. Hope it was a wonderful T day. Hugs-ErikaReplyDelete
such a great and fun post- from beginning to end! Love all the imagery-that teacup lamp! And though I don't eat a lot of sweets- oh a bakery like the one you shared would do me in on a sugar high for sure, and then down the rabbit hole I'd go:):) Happy T day!ReplyDelete
Looks like lovely place for friend togather.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous place! I love everything about it. The name, all the bric-a-brac. I don't think I would ever leave. Happy T DayReplyDelete
What a great place to take photos, after you enjoyed breakfast, or before. I would love to visit there, but the virtual one today is very pleasant. I plan to share it with my daughter-in-law in St. Petersburg FL, who makes macarons in her home, and sells them to friends. I admit I've never eaten one...and it's not exactly on my diet these days.ReplyDelete
I love macarons but haven't been brave enough to make them myself yet.Delete
This looks such a fun place, I love the decorations especially on the tree!ReplyDelete
My hometown is Lincoln , UK, but we never had anywhere as fabulous as the 'The Rabbit Hole Bakery' . I would want to visit there all the time, I wonder if it is still open! A very belated Happy T Day, ChrisxReplyDelete