Sweet Nectar Dessert Kitchen

Sweet Nectar Dessert Kitchen

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PhillyBite Black Owned PhillySweet Nectar Dessert Kitchen – Robin Broughton-Smith, owner. She’s gone from Jay-Z’s accountant to the creator of cookies, cakes, baked donuts, cupcakes and all manner of seasonal specialties in the Art Museum neighborhood. The shop also offers classes and private parties. 


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Robin Broughton-Smith is a renaissance woman. A former accountant (for Jay-Z!) turned baker. An entrepreneur. A go-getter. A mother. A wife. A lover of music. A gourmand. Her path toward opening Sweet Nectar Dessert Kitchen was an unlikely one. If it were a recipe it would be one-part exceptional math skills, two parts most glamorous accounting gig ever, and three parts love of creating simple and elegant desserts.

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547 N. 20th Street, (267) 318-7143, sweetnectardk.com


BlackownedVPPhiladelphia Black-Owned Business Guide - Philly is rich with black culture, heritage and history. The tradition carries on in Philly’s array of black-owned and -operated shops, restaurants, galleries and bars. Need some serious comics? Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse. Looking for a top nightclub? Reserve. Date night? Take a trip to West Philadelphia’s inimitable arts space, the Tiberino Museum.

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