Peanut butter and chocolate is a combination proven to work. Taste buds will tell you. And, perhaps nowhere can you expect the blending to be more flavorful than the peanut butter pie served for dessert at Baker’s Cafe’ 33 in Canton.
Jeff Hendershot, the owner/chef at Baker’s Cafe ’33, wasn’t bragging when he told me that on an average Wednesday, he had sold six lobster-tail dinners at $57.95 apiece. Nor was he gloating when he noted that on this Thursday night, he had reservations for parties of 39, 12, 10, 10 and 8.
For decades, the moist and full-of-flavor taste of steaks at Baker’s Café 33, along with their melts-in-the-mouth buttery texture, have made the Canton restaurant a go-to place for the classic meat-and-potatoes entree.