meet reine bayoc
Reine Bayoc is a maker of delicious things… vegetarian food and desserts are just two of the many. She was born in McKenzie, Tennessee, and grew up in Los Angeles and St. Louis with three brothers, her father, and her mother.
After studying abroad in Lyon, France, where Reine solidified her love of desserts, she graduated from Saint Louis University with degrees in English Literature and French.
After working a few cubicle jobs—while coming home to bake whatever her heart desired, Reine decided to take a shot at the dream of owning and operating a small bakeshop. In December 2008, she opened SweetArt Bakeshop and Art Studio with her husband Cbabi Bayoc.
SweetArt is STILL open and thriving (yay!), and Reine is currently implementing big plans for SweetArt’s bright future.
Class announcement! Join SweetArt's Chef Reine Bayoc for her #PlantBased
class on a Budget, Sunday, October 22nd at 2pm.
Have you been wanting to incorporate more plant-based meals into your diet, but think it's too complicated and expensive? Well, it doesn't have to be. Sign up for this class and learn some tricks, ask some questions, and eat some delicious food that is inexpensive to prepare.
Ticket link is in our IG bio, so sign up and let the learning begin💫
#sweetartstlouis #loveandmagic #elamorylamagia #sweetartcookingclass #blackwomenchefs #womeninthekitchen
It's October...and we have new cupcake flavors...and it's #TwoDollarTuesday
...and this customer favorite--Sweet Potato Pie Cupcake-- is here 💫
I really want to take a moment to give an ENORMOUS thank you to all who attended the #loveandmagicbrunch
yesterday at Anew. We were SOLD OUT, the mimosas were flowing (thank you, Barbara!), the food was filling and delicious (thank you @bohlenfarms
for such excellent produce!), and the energy was amazing (@james.biko
thank you!). There were so many smiles that the memory is helping my body-- which currently feels like the walking dead😂
My crew: Jermasa, Yaman, Soda, Nicole Lomax😉, Ashley, Barbara, Bonnie, Jakiya, and Moon-- thank you for the hard work and the effortless hospitality you gave to those who came out to enjoy and support. Y'all are the real superstars💥
Til next time...❤ #sweetartstlouis #loveandmagic #elamorylamagia #JuanaElizabeth #igetitfrommymomma #blackwomenchefs #womeninthekitchen #food52 #womenchefs #dedicatedtomybrothersandblackmenaroundtheworld❤ #smile