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Texas French Bread

Bakery in Austin - 1.29 mi

Experience the exceptional artisan bread, pastries, and desserts at Texas French Bread, a renowned bakery in Austin, Texas. With a must-have reservation, it's a neighborhood gem known for its amazing bread, sandwiches, and delightful dishes like challah French toast and tostadas. Indulge in their bistro dinner service and complement your meal with a selection of wine, cider, or beer.

Lua Brazil

Bakery in Austin - 2.83 mi

“Chewy, cheesy, awesomeness” that “brings the flavours of Brazil” to Texas.  This is the promise of Lua Brazil, as they fulfill their "mission to deliver delicious Brazilian snacks to the United States" through the heart and soul of their business, their Pão de Queijo. This Brazilian Cheese Bread is a traditional Brazilian food that they tweaked into their gourmet, healthier version, that is gluten and grain-free! Grab some Traditional Cheese Bread for yourself, or order the 60-piece large bag for parties and your family.  Lua Brazil has also upgraded their traditional cheese bread into delectably tasty gourmet flavors such as Pizza, Jalapeno, Basil, Cinnamon, and even a Truffles and Mushrooms flavor, They also have a Vegan Power Bread option that has the same taste, but without eggs and dairy in it! Get these hot and fresh, or in frozen bags of 12, that you can throw into the oven "anytime, anywhere!"

Julie Myrtille Bakery

Bakery in Austin - 3.23 mi

In just a bite of one of her baked goods, and it brings you straight to France! Exquisitely plated and wonderfully presented French pastries and delicacies, baked by "award-winning French graduated pastry chef and blogger" Julie Myrtille. Superbly flavored and incredibly textured breads and brioches are available along with other sweet, savory, and filling offerings such as quiches, croissant sandwiches, salads and toasts, croissants and danish, patisseries and cookies.  Every visit will surely be one French gastronomic adventure, without having to leave Austin! Dubbed as "Austin’s premiere French bakery," the Julie Myrtille bakery has been awarded by Time Out as the Best Austin Bakery in 2016 and 2017 and as the Best International Bakery in 2019 by The Austin Chronicle.

ThoroughBread

Bakery in Hearne - 4.50 mi

ThoroughBread is a small-batch bakery specializing in “all-organic flour and naturally leavened sourdough.” This charming establishment in the heart of Austin is seriously impressive! Upon entering, you will be greeted with a smile, a genuine interaction, and the smell of “freshly baked breads.” Their full bread lineup includes sourdoughs like white, whole wheat, rye, olive, cinnamon raisin, and gluten-free. They use organic flour, grains & produce wherever possible. The loaves and boules are beautiful and the “warm and gooey cookies” are huge and inviting. The coffee selection is simple, but “carefully and thoughtfully selected.” If you haven’t tried all the delicious bread and out of this world cookies please do yourself a favor by visiting ThoroughBread!

Moonlight Bakery

Bakery in Austin - 4.95 mi

The Moonlight is a great and “one of a kind bakery in South Austin” that is definitely worth stopping in to satisfy your sweet tooth, especially if you're a fan of light-as-air croissant pastries and tarts. They also have a dependable menu of “delicious European-like bread and pastries, pies, cakes, and kolaches” that has the perfect size, always warm and ready to go! You can't go wrong with anything they offer, but the “cinnamon rolls” are arguably the best in Austin. They were more than worth it! Fat, thick, moist in all the right places, and with just enough sugar icing on top.

Mr. Natural (South Austin)

Bakery in Austin - 5.09 mi

Mr. Natural South Austin is a family-owned restaurant that offers a variety of vegetarian items and can also be made wheat-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.  Keeping true to their family’s belief that “good nutrition starts at the dining table,” they encourage everyone to “embrace a nutritious and tasty lifestyle” through their cuisine. Everything is made in-house covering every meal of the day, even snacks and cravings: appetizers, breakfast, burgers and sandwiches, soups and salads, tacos, and even a dinner menu! Mr. Natural managed to create “great Tex-Mex vegan fare at a good price.” They also have a bakery that uses whole wheat flour or spelt and natural sweeteners, everything natural and without any preservatives! Grab one or more of their cakes, empanadas, muffins, cookies, and more pastries!

Blue Baker (Arboretum)

Bakery in Austin - 6.23 mi

Blue Baker (Arboretum) is a "local bakery for bread, pizza, sandwiches, croissants, muffins, cookies". This is a "very cool place to eat and hangout". Upon visiting, you will find that "the inside is spacious with plenty of tables, booths and even couches with a back patio as well". They also "offer free WiFi and a nice variety of food and drinks". Their "Powder Blue is the best turkey sandwich in Austin". You will "also love the tomato soup with a slice of their homemade bread". You can also find "loaves of bread that you can buy to-go, including a big selection of day-old bread that's 50% off (and still tastes great)". Their "bread bowl and broccoli cheese soup hit the spot". And finally, "Blue Baker makes an AMAZING chocolate chip cookie".

Rosen’s Bagel Company

Bakery in Austin - 6.27 mi

Rosen's Bagel Company, which is in Austin, Texas, is a bagel shop specializing in traditional bagels and house-made schmears. Customers are raving about the bagels here. Rosen's Bagel Company is fast becoming the place that produces bagels hailed as one of the best in Austin. They have a brick-and-mortar shop that is open from Wednesdays to Sundays starting at 7 AM to 2 PM. If you enjoy the bagels here, you might want to follow them on social media so that you'll know if they are releasing any more limited-time bagel flavors, like the delectable Smoked Brisket Schmearwich.

Jinx BreadNo Own Retail Location

Bakery in Austin - 6.50 mi

Jinx Bread, which is located in Austin, Texas, is a neighborhood bakery specializing in naturally-leavened bread. The bakery does not use commercial yeast. The bread here also has no seeds, sugar, nuts, dairy, or artificial sourdough flavoring. Customers love the bread here because the caramelized crust of the bread provides a perfect crunchy texture that compliments the extra soft bread underneath that crust. Visit the store for some much-deserved excellent bread. They have The Original Rustic, Whole Wheat, Rustic Mini, and Guzzini Bread Box. They also have Sugar Cookies (Classic and Premium) as well as Fresh Pasta (Classic, Premium, and Fancy). While you are here, buy a jar of Herb & Garlic Butter as well. You can pick up your order of bread in any of these locations. If Wednesday is a good day for you, visit the Dripping Springs Farmers Market anytime from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. If you want a Saturday pick-up, head up to Barton Creek Farmers' Market anytime between 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Every Sunday, the Pedernales Farmers Market is where you can pick up your order, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Crema Bakery and Cafe

Bakery in Austin - 10.45 mi

Crema Bakery and Cafe describes itself as "Southwest Austin's one-stop shop for amazing baked goods, custom desserts, exceptional café fare, locally roasted coffee and more, all wrapped up in a space that welcomes guests and invites them to stick around for a while". That is an amazing sales talk. I would surely want to get in, have a drink, and have a bite! If you are wondering what to order, how about a Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler and a Cappuccino? If it is warm outside, you can order a cold brew instead. And if you are planning to stop by, why not bring your family and friends too? I'm sure they too will enjoy the food and ambiance here.

Sanford Sourdough Bakery & Market

Bakery in College Station - 16.90 mi

Located in Round Rock, Sanford Sourdough Bakery creates “All Organic San Francisco Style Sourdough Breads,” made by hand the authentic way. The owners, “Dave and Meriann Sanford,” have spent years working on the art of the “tangy, chewy, scrumptious sourdough artisan loaves” that San Francisco is so well known for. Sanford Sourdough Bakery is proud to bake their bread without the addition of extra yeasts, preservatives, or fillers. All of the breads they offer are “made with organic flour”, mostly heritage grains grown right here in Texas. Each loaf is naturally fermented using their organically-fed natural sourdough starter and contains no additives or preservatives of any kind. P.S. Their sourdough starter is over 12 years old! If you're looking for some sourdough with some personality then you can't go wrong with the sourdough from Sanford Sourdough Bakery.

Skull & Cakebones

Bakery in Dripping Springs - 19.29 mi

Skull & Cakebones is a "plant-based" market, bakery, and eatery all in one spot. It specializing in serving "all-natural" food and products that are both vegan and non-GMO. It offers a seasonal menu that showcases the best of every season, featuring brunch food like "avocado toast", appetizers like "cauliflower wings", greens like "caesar salad", sandwiches like "grilled cheese", and entrees like "roasted tomato & pesto gnocchi". Baked goods are also available daily, and you can enjoy "gooey cinnamon rolls", "seasonal quiches", and more "savory" treats. The core of Skull & Cakebones is built around locality and partnerships, thus, it is committed to incorporating local ingredients that are sourced from local farms and artisans into every meal and product it offers.

Rolling In Thyme & Dough

Bakery in Dripping Springs - 23.19 mi

Rolling In Thyme & Dough This is an "outstanding little restaurant and bakery in Dripping Springs". Their "food is always so yummy and has a great selection for those with food sensitivity". This is "a bakery with amazing bread, sandwiches (the toasted Foccacia is delicious), soups, salads and more". And, "if you go before 11am the breakfast pastries are also tasty". You will be able to "liked the unique breakfast offering" which is "not your default options of eggs, bacon and hashbrowns". They also have their "breakfast croissant" which is very "tasty" and the "portion" has a "very nice size". Also, "not only is their lunch and coffee to die for", you can even order your "entire Thanksgiving dinner through them" and it will be "absolutely delicious". And, "not only" is "the food phenomenal, but the customer service" is "even better". A "great place to eat with friends, group or by yourself". A "very quaint place" with a "hard to beat the ambiance" too.  

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