The Eat Cake 4 Breakfast philosophy is food should be fun and delicious. People all over the world celebrate life with food, and pastries are the party favorite! We believe in using the highest quality ingredients and hope that our passion and love for food translates to our customers. Established in 2015, Eat Cake 4 Breakfast has become an iconic part of the Cape. In 2020 we expanded to our new location, 26 Wampum Drive in Brewster, Massachusetts. The move allowed the bakery to not only naturally expand, but ensure a permanent home for our delicious pastries for years to come!
Pastry Chef and Owner Danielle Nettleton didn't always know her passion was in the kitchen. After graduating from Bucknell University, she pursued a career in Human Resources and Outdoor Education in Telluride, Colorado. After a couple of years of great skiing and outdoor living, she realized her roots were back East and she set out to find her true passion. After a year of resumes and interviews, she sent an email on a whim to an ad for a "night time baker." Some may have cringed at the thought of a midnight shift, but Danielle realized this was her calling. After a year of experience on the Cape and at the landmark Versailles Patisserie in Connecticut, she traveled to Paris, France to train at Le Cordon Bleu. In France she worked alongside some of the best talent in the world. During her time outside of the classroom, she gained valuable production experience working for a company supplying the vast majority of restaurants and hotels with pastries. In 2013, she returned to work in pastry kitchens on Cape Cod and Nantucket. While being trained in classic French Pastry, she believes in staying true to her American roots and creating pastries every foodie can enjoy. Danielle lives in Brewster with her larger than life Newfoundland, Tuckernuck.
26 Wampum Drive, Brewster, MA 02631 ~ 508-896-4444
HOURS (Effective August 18th 2020)
Wednesday thru Saturday 7am to 1pm ~ Sunday 8am to Noon
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Now Closed for our Annual Winter Break, Reopening March 2021