use pastries in a sentence.
No, pastries from Portugal :)
Put pastries in the window.
You want everyone who walks by to see the pastries.
If Starbucks wants to increase sales they can start by making the pastries less disgusting.
They definitely fall on the 'health food' end of the breakfast breads/pastries/etc.
And when money was flowing, he could afford to sell pastries at a loss to keep his customers happy.
But the idea is good, I never saw such pastries somewhere else again.
If you want to experience a weird town, while filling up on pastries, visit Solvang.
I believe they avoid the health inspections by simply giving away the coffee and pastries, employing a Keurig machine, or locating in a hip area near good coffee shops, which is often the case.
EDIT: What I am trying to say is, it doesn't matter to me if I see "Jack's Pastries" or "Jill's Pastries" in my search results.
Because when Marco Polo returned from China, he brought with him fantastic stories of meat pies, mythical pastries with the meat INSIDE of the bread.
Coffee shops are interesting because the food / pastries are low-margin while the coffee is high-margin.
For food, you have to try the crepes at Ti Couz, the pastries at Tartine, and everything at Mission Beach Cafe.