November 2017, Georgiastatehomes

November 2017, Georgiastatehomes

Sweetie Pie by Savie Bakes the Sweet Taste of Thailand in Georgia Wedding Cakes

Kelly Church

Originally a home-based bakery in Bangkok, Thailand, Sweetie Pie by Savie is now an Athens, GA recently, offering sweet treats inspired by Asian spices. Owner and baker Savie Rochanasmita Arnold's wedding cakes have been featured in several magazines, including The Classic Wedding Magazine and The Southern Distinction Magazine. For Arnold, she believes her wedding cakes makes her business unique...

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 August 2017, Athens Banner-Herald

August 2017, Athens Banner-Herald

Eastside restaurants showcased at ‘East Side Eats’

Red Denty

Athens is known for its vibrant food scene, and in a city saturated with great restaurants, it’s often easy for one area to get overlooked.

Spring rolls and pad thai from Siri Thai, pastries and cake from Sweetie Pie by Savie and fried pork belly from Craft Public House were just a few of the many samples served up at the event.

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 September 2016, Athens Banner-Herald

September 2016, Athens Banner-Herald

East Side Eats in Athens raises money for YWCO

Attendees voted for their favorites, with the “People’s Choice Award” going to Craft Public House and the “Kids’ Choice Award” going to Sweetie Pie by Savie. The event raised more than $9,000 for the YWCO.

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 September 2015: Athens Banner-Herald

September 2015: Athens Banner-Herald

Eastside home to a new bakery started by Thailand native

Thai Spice baked into treats at Sweetie Pie in East Athens.

Hilary Butscheck...

Although the baking has moved out of Arnold’s kitchen and into the bakery, the location feels like home. The white house is painted with green trim and inside the wooden floors creak under footsteps.

Arnold said she’s thankful for the commercial kitchen fridge and glass case to store her baked goods. 

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 September 2015: 

September 2015: 

What started as a homemade bakery in Bangkok, Thailand in 2011 has now relocated to Athens, as an Asian-American fusion desserts bakery, with the motive to satisfy one’s sweet tooth.

Ana Aldridge   

...Upon entering, one immediately smells the sweet scent of baked goods fresh from the oven. The bakery has a very homey, cozy feel, with cute decor and a small comfortable space.

Unfortunately, due to zoning laws, the bakery is only allowed to serve take-out and there is not much seating available. The baked goods, however, are ready to serve and can be pre-ordered, which makes Sweetie Pie by Savie a very convenient place to grab a coffee and muffin to-go in the morning...

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 July 2015: Red&Black

July 2015: Red&Black

The Athens cake boss: Sweetie Pie by Savie

Wes Jones

“I want to be known as a place that does things different,” said Savie Arnold, a local entrepreneur who recently opened the custom bakery Sweetie Pie by Savie.

Different is exactly what Savie Arnold and Speedy Arnold accomplished, both in their bakery’s start, which involved a journey from Thailand to Athens, and in their Asian infused recipe.

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 May 27, 2015: Flagpole

May 27, 2015: Flagpole

The itty-bitty building on Whitehall Road that was most recently Rooter's has turned over a number of times in recent years, but it never sits vacant for long, despite the fact that zoning doesn't allow for sit-down service. Next up is Sweetie Pie by Savie , a custom and walk-up bakery that hasn't had its own space in Athens yet but has built a reputation for impressive work with fondant. 

Hillary Brown/Food blog editorMay 27, 2015: Flagpole:

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 June 11,2014: Flagpole

June 11,2014: Flagpole

“Friday's opening performance of Steel Magnolias was a sellout. No detail was overlooked in the casting, costuming, set-design and decoration. I have to admit, they had me at the armadillo cake, perfectly (and repulsively) rendered by local entrepreneur Savie, of sweetiepiebysavie@gmail.com, displayed in the lobby for the opening night's reception..."

Pete McCommons/Editor

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