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Stonehouse Baking Company
The Stonehouse Baking Company is pleased to continue its 10 year tradition of providing delicious handcrafted pastries, sandwiches and more to Barrington, New Hampshire. From offering old favorites like donuts and adding items from his family traditions such as cheesecake, cakes, cupcakes, and quiches, new owner, Denis St. Pierre blends the best of the old with the most exciting of the new. With former owner, Ed Dunlin remaining on staff to offer his guidance and expertise, Denis knows that returning customers will find the same friendly service and quality product that Ed and Emily have provided since 2002.
Recent enhancements make the Stonehouse Baking Company your destination of choice for brunch, lunch or coffee hour. These include free wifi, satellite radio, and a new line of gluten free products. Delivery of platters and take out are also readily available. Plans are in the works to bring more international offerings to the menu such as cannolis and Russian teacakes.
Stonehouse Baking Company is proud to carry local and regional products including:
- Panabelle - Gluten Free
- New Hampshire Coffee
- King Arthur Flour
- Squamscott Soda
A Brief History
In becoming the new owner of the Stonehouse Bakery, Denis has fulfilled a long held dream of becoming the third generation of his family to don an apron and happily spend his predawn hours dusting a platoon of pans with flour. In doing so, he becomes part of a family tradition of providing baked goods to the residents of New Hampshire which began when his grandfather, Joseph opened his bakery in Portsmouth during the Great Depression. It was carried on after the Korean War when his father returned to take over operations, and continued through Denis’ childhood when he began helping out at the bakery at the tender age of 7 or thereabouts, by washing pans, folding boxes and spreading brownie mix in sheet pans. Denis’ pride in this tradition and his belief in family can be seen by an important addition to the Stonehouse Baking Company’s décor : a photo of his father in the family bakery in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in the 1940’s.