COME ON IN: Tuesday-Sunday 8am-4pm (closed Mondays)
  Please place orders online (from the menu below). Orders must be confirmed and paid for by 4pm the day before. Same day, walk-in purchases are always welcome (first come, first serve). Please email us to get in touch!

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COOKIES
(.25 discount if you order a dozen or more, order minimum is 6)
Lg. chocolate chip or oatmeal - $2.50 each
Surfboards - $1.75 each
Rainbow sprinkle or Crystal - $1.50 each
Picture cookies 4" round - $2.50 each (order must be a multiple of 6)
Stars or Trees - $1.75 each
Santa Faces - $3 each

Daisies - $2.50 each
Gingerbread men - $3 each


CHRISTMAS
Sugar cookie kit - $24 each
Gingerbread cookie kit - $28 each

Gingerbread House Kit - $60 each

CAKES
Our signature fun sprinkles and dots;
Choose white or chocolate;
Choose colors and tell us the writing (or email us ideas): 
8" Single layer round (Serves 6-8) - $32
8" Double layer round (serves 12-15) - $42
10" Double layer round (serves 25) - $68
Half Sheet (serves 30-40) - $80
Add a picture to any cake - $10

CUPCAKES
(.25 discount if you order a dozen or more, order minimum is 6)
White or chocolate cake/buttercream
Rainbow sprinkles or choose an icing/sprinkle color combo
Regular size - $3 each
Mini size - $1.75 each

 

Family  Tradition

Beckers Bakery and Deli is a family-owned bakery in downtown Manhattan Beach.

Established in 1942 by Harry Becker, we continue to bake our signature cakes, cookies, cupcakes and sandwiches in our original Manhattan Beach location. Harry's son Stan took over in 1958 specializing in Squaw bread. In 1984, Stan's son Todd took over and added a deli.

Sure enough, in 2013 Todd's daughter Kit joined in and is trying to get Todd to retire...good luck Kit! Over the years, besides the Becker family running the shop, one thing has remained a constant...

our world famous country buttercream. Same recipe, handed down through the family,

through the years...and for those interested...we aren't leaving anytime soon.

Below are a few shots of the "Good-ole days"