Taria Camerino may have closed Sugar-Coated Radical this fall, but the pastry chef's sweet and savory creations can now be found at the new pastry window of Decatur's No. 246. Starting at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, candy, cookies, and baked goods will be sold at the front of the restaurant along with coffee and espresso. Camerino says that she's "really excited about the experiment," and that she'll be "focusing on European-style pastries" like cranberry clafoutis, sugared brioche, chocolate black pepper sable, doughnuts, and turnovers. Pastries and coffee can be eaten in the restaurant or taken to go. The addition of the pastry window coincides with Camerino's new dessert menu, which includes items like pistachio cannocini and anise doughnuts. She's also the pastry chef for Ford Fry's other restaurants, JCT Kitchen and The Optimist.