The Most Delicious Bakery Is Hiding Inside This Unsuspecting Montana Alley
Reeder’s Alley in Helena dates all the way back to the 1870s, when it was built by a Pennsylvania brick and stonemason named Louis Reeder. These days, it’s a small, unassuming space with a few small businesses and a pioneer cabin. And Reeder’s Alley is also where you’ll find Cotton-Top Pastries, one of Montana’s most delightful treasures. If you’re craving a sweet treat, look no further.
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Cotton-Top Pastries will resume normal hours as soon as possible. For information on the next curbside pickup dates for Cotton-Top Pastries, check out their Facebook page or website.