Zenzero Mailing List

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where are you located, what are your hours and how do we get in touch with you?

Zenzero Bakery and Cafe is in Coppell, Texas, just north of Dallas at 171 N. Denton Tap Road, Suite 600. Please visit our contact page for driving directions, bakery/cafe hours and phone numbers.

Q: What kind of baked goods do you sell?

We sell many kinds of desserts and pastries—our list is endless—and can change daily. We have fresh daily offerings or you can order something custom-made especially for your event or occasion. For a taste of what we can do visit our Photo Gallery section on this website.

Q: Do you serve breakfast and lunch meals?

Yes, we do! Lunch is served 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays. Breakfast is served 6 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. weekdays. Brunch is served 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Sunday. Dinner is served 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. on Fridays only. To see what’s cooking today take a look at our menu.

Q: Do you serve coffee?

Absolutely. We have teamed up with a local roaster, Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, providing us fresh roasted beans weekly. We can prepare all types of coffees from latte to espresso and also serve chai. Try our dirty chai latte for something different. A chai (with steamed milk), laced with a shot of espresso. For more information, explore our coffee section.

Q: How much do your cakes cost?

Our round cakes are priced according to size and layers. Please browse the Pies & Cakes section of our menu. Sheet cakes are based on serving size. Need more information, please call us at (469) 293-3550.

Q: Do you take custom cake & pie orders?

Yes… Please talk with one of our pastry chefs between 6-11:30 a.m., Monday-Friday. For more about cake & pie orders see our answer to the next question.

Q: How far in advance should I place a large or custom order?

We use no preservatives, so to maintain freshness we bake in small batches and only have small quantities available at the bakery daily. Quantities of more than 2 dozen cookies, muffins and cake balls/pops should be ordered 2-3 days in advance. Cake & pie orders require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice. For shorter time frames you can call us or just drop by to see what we have available in our case.

Q: Does your bakery have a WiFi hotspot?

Yes, we have complimentary high-speed wireless. Use your digital device while you enjoy a fresh pastry with a cup of our hand-crafted coffee. Chat with friends, check email and stay as long as you’d like. Have business to conduct? No problem, invite your associates to join you at Zenzero Bakery & Café.

Q: Do you deliver or ship your baked products?

We do not ship cakes through the postal service or carrier. We can however, deliver large orders for catered events and tiered specialty cakes to an event location in the DFW Metroplex. Depending on how far your venue is from the bakery, there may be a delivery charge.

Q: Do you offer catering services?

Yes. We take catering orders Monday-Friday from 6-11:30 a.m. Please speak with one of our culinary chefs for catering ideas and scheduling. Orders for more than 10 people need to be placed at least 48 hours in advance of pickup. Learn more »

Q: How much are your specialty cakes?

Speciality cakes are priced according to the size and the complexity of the design that you decide upon. We are happy to work within your event budget. Please visit our contact page for driving directions, cafe hours and phone numbers.

Q: Does your bakery have gluten-free, wheat-free, or vegan baked goods?

Yes! We offer a flourless chocolate cake and chocolate chip vegan cookies. We also offer gluten-free bread for our sandwiches. Zenzero Bakery and Café is not a “certified” gluten-free establishment–we do have flour floating in the air.

Q: What kind of ingredients do you use?

We do our best to buy from Texas growers and local farmers markets whenever possible. We use high-quality natural ingredients and everything in the bakery is made from scratch.

****Closed Easter Sunday**** We will be closed Easter Sunday for our employees to spend time with their families.