WEST LOOP — Stephanie Izard has opened a bakery inside Little Goat Diner in West Loop.
Sugargoat, helmed by Izard and pastry chef Faith Taheny, opened Monday inside the diner at 820 W. Randolph St. Moday. The bakery offers a variety of cakes, pies, cookies, muffins and more.
“This past spring I baked more than I have in years,” Izard said in a press release. “It’s such a comforting form of cooking!”
Taheny and Izard tapped their favorite childhood flavor combinations — “like dipping a French fry in a milkshake or pancakes covered in maple syrup,” Izard said — to create the menu.
Bakery offerings include an avocado toast cake, a spiced latte cake, a caramel corn cake and Cheez-It cake with cheddar caramel, strawberry Nesquik buttercream, cheddar caramel buttercream and a peanut butter Cheez-It crunch.
A single cupcake sells for $3.75, a 6-inch cake sells for $40 and a 12-inch cake, which feeds 20 or more, sells for $95.
Pie varieties include a chocolate French fry pie, apple gjetost pie and peace pie. Each 9-inch pie sells for $32.
Decorated shortbread cookies are $40 per dozen and other varieties, including chocolate chip and spiced peace brown butter cookies, are $30 a dozen.
Guests can also place special orders for cakes and cookies.
Sugargoat is open 7 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. Orders for delivery can be placed via Caviar.
Subscribe to Block Club Chicago. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods.