Sweet Sensations Desserts Ribbon Cutting

Apr 6, 2016

Sweet Sensations ribbon cutting
Chamber Board member Gus Schmitt, President Rich Orczyk, Joe Genier, County Clerk Adam Bello, Rocco Leone, Dan Buerkle, Alice Hansen, Acting Irondequoit Town Supervisor John Perticone, Dan Celso, and Fred Squicciarini with Elaine Hanford, center, owner of Sweet Sensations with sons Lucas and Aidan, and baker-friends Stephanie Butler and Sharon Kunkel.

Sweet Sensations Desserts has been open since early February, but celebrated their ribbon cutting with the Chamber yesterday, April 5.

The new bakery is open Tuesday-Saturday, 10AM-6PM, selling cupcakes, cannoli, scones, cinnamon buns, and other treats, including bite-size sweets and savory pastries! Business has been booming since the opening day on February 6, when they sold out TWICE in a matter of hours.

For more information on parties and classes, find Sweet Sensations on Facebook.

Located at 624 Titus Avenue, Sweet Sensations is adjacent to Farmers Insurance. Enter the bakery from the doorway facing Ganado Road!