Stock Up on Sweet Baked Goods Before Catching Your Train at Rosie’s Bakery
Judy “Rosie” Rosenberg started her baking business from her home kitchen in the mid 1970s, and in the four decades since then, Rosie’s Bakery has become a favorite across the Greater Boston area. Today, with the bakery’s location in busy South Station, Rosie’s is making a name for itself among travelers from up and down the East Coast.
The bakery’s bustling counter in the station’s food court is stocked with a daily supply of croissants, muffins, donuts, and bagels, making it a popular option among travelers who are seeking a quick bite to eat along with their cup of morning joe (or tea, or juice—Rosie’s carries it all). Reviewers save their highest praise, though, for Rosie’s desserts, especially the chocolate chip cookies and mint brownies. And after all, who wouldn’t want to pick up a few sweet treats to make a long train ride a bit more bearable?Apartments in Boston, Rosie’s Bakery, Things to Do in Boston, Waterside Place