Frequently Asked Questions
Where are Nonna Randazzo's Bakeries located?
Our Covington bakery is located at 2033 N. Hwy. 190, Covington, LA 70433 north of I-12.
Our Chalmette bakery is located at 925 E. Judge Perez Drive, Chalmette, LA 70043, near Chalmette High School.
Our Mandeville bakery is located at 22022 Marshall Road, Mandeville, LA 70471, on the way to Abita Springs off of Hwy. 59.
Our king cakes are available at several retail locations throughout the greater New Orleans area during king cake season. We are not affiliated with any other Randazzo's.
What are Nonna Randazzo's Bakery hours?
Covington: Open 7am Tuesday -
Does Nonna's have special holiday hours?
Yes, since Nonna Randazzo's is a family operated business we are closed on most holidays.
Does Nonna's accept "Donation Requests"?
What is suggested for those that have a "nut allergy"?
Here in the bakery we have many products that contain nuts. The main nuts used in our baking facility are pecans and almonds. Peanuts are not used. Please be advised that cross contamination is possible.
Does Nonna's sell allergy sensitive products?
We do not guarantee that any of our products are safe for anyone with a food allergy, this includes nuts. There is always the possibility of cross contamination.
Does Nonna's sell sugar free products?
Np, we strictly adhere to our original recipes.
Are Louisiana Purchase cards accepted at Nonna's?
Our Covington location does not accept the Louisiana Purchase Card. However, we do accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
How far in advance do I need to place my order?
Typically a 2 day notice is sufficient for our regularly carried items. Products that are not available on a regular basis in our store would require more advance notice. Please consider that some days "book-up" and ordering at your earliest convenience is recommended. During busy holiday weeks, we recommend a 3 day notice. Again, please consider that we have production limitations, so order as early as possible!
Can I place an order for pickup today?
Our cases are stocked daily with fresh baked pastries and cakes. On a typical day we will gladly pack an order for you from our available inventory. However, this is not an option during the days leading up to a holiday or during king cake season.
What size cakes does Nonna's offer?
Our cake sizes range from 10-15 servings up to 300 servings. We also offer tiered cakes from 35 servings to well over 200 servings.
How many servings do you get from sheet cakes?
1/4 Sheet Cake Servings = 15-20
What fillings are available for special occasion cakes?
Offerings that are included in our base price - Pineapple, Lemon, Strawberry, Raspberry, or Butter Cream
Additional charge fillings - Light Chocolate Butter Cream, Fudge, Cream Cheese, Bavarian or Chocolate Pudding. Custom fillings including fresh fruit are available. (Filling price is based on the size of the cake.)
What fillings are available for cut-out cakes?
Fruit fillings complicate the assembly of cut-out designs. There is a greater risk of the cake falling when fruit filling is used so we only recommend butter cream icing for the filling in cut-out cakes.
What do you mean by "torte style?
Nonna Randazzo's is pleased to offer a "top shelf" version of many of our delicious cakes. Our torte style cakes have four 1/2 layers with 3 layers of filling. Larger size cakes are not available with this option.
What is a "1st Birthday Smash Cake"?
Nonna's offers a free smash cake which is an 8 inch single layer cake without a filling that is made to match the ordered birthday cake. The birthday cake must read "Happy 1st Birthday" and be at least a quarter sheet double layer. The smash cake will be made to complement the main cake. This is a cake that is given to the one year old to enjoy on their 1st birthday.
Is an appointment recommended for custom decorated cakes?
An appointment is recommended to meet with a manager or cake decorator to place an order for a custom cake. Our salespersons are able to take orders for basic cakes but may need to get pricing approval on artwork, etc...
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