Bakeries in Arlington

50% Off at Mexican Pastries at Rodriguez Bakery & Restaurant

Rodriguez Bakery & Restaurant

Grand Prairie Estates

$10 $5

Bakery in business since 2009 bakes pan dulce, such as pumpkin empanadas, gingerbread pigs, and cookies covered in raspberry and coconut

CC's Cupcake Heaven – 40% Off

CC's Cupcake Heaven

Multiple Locations

$10 $6

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Cupcakes in flavors as classic as red velvet or double chocolate, and as unique as Sugar Cookie Conspiracy join cakes and pastries

Up to 53% Off Baked Goods at Ginger Brown's

Ginger Brown's

Lake Worth

$12.99 $6.75

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18 of the restaurant's "world-famous" cinnamon rolls or a 9-inch pie in a choice of flavors, including peanut butter or lemon

$10 for Baked Goods at Hometown Cookie Co. & Bakery

Hometown Cookie Co. & Bakery

Central Business Park

$20 $10

Made-from-scratch gooey cinnamon rolls, cookies, savory Texas muffins, and whole pies baked fresh daily

50% Off Hand-Decorated Bundt Cakes at Nothing Bundt Cakes

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

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Bakery specializing in bundt cakes creates four different sizes with 40 hand-decorated designs and 10 flavors

Half Off Bakery Goods at Bocatti

Bocatti

Midway Hollow

$20 $10

Specialty cakes or 3D gelatin made by skilled bakers

Up to 50% Off Cupcakes at Alli B's Sweets & Treats

Alli B's Sweets and Treats

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Frosting-topped, freshly baked cupcakes in flavors such as strawberry, hot fudge, salted caramel, and peanut-butter cup

39% Off One Dozen Cookies or Cookie Cake

Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip

Vista Ridge Mall

$17.99 $11

15-inch cookies feed 8-16 people for special occasions; cookies feature classic Nestle Toll House recipes

Up to 45% Off at Uncle Willie’s Pies

Uncle Willie's Pies

Red Oak

$10 $5.50

Pecan and german chocolate pies and white-chocolate strawberry cheesecakes are made from scratch

Sugar Queen Cupcakes

Sugar Queen Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$14.75 $12

Dig into cupcakes flavored like snickerdoodles, pancakes and bacon, birthday cake, or berry pecan—the official cupcake of Texas

Up to 50% Off at Sweet Genius Treats

Sweet Genius Treats

Mesquite

$25 $12.50

Cookies in flavors such as classic peanut butter, caramel apple pie, cream cheese-filled snickerdoodles, and strawberry lemonade

Up to 52% Off Rum Balls or Cupcakes at In the Mix Baker

In the Mix Bakery

Plano

$59.98 $29

Made-from-scratch confections in 12 flavors, such as red velvet and italian cream

39% Off Cookies at Nestle Tollhouse Cafe by Chip

Nestle Tollhouse Cafe by Chip

Plano

$17.99 $11

Relive the best part of childhood with a dozen old-fashioned cookies or a 15-inch cookie cake

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There’s a big difference between the muffins you pluck from the grocery shelf and those you choose from the counter at Social Bakehouse Cafe. That’s because the in-house bakers wake up early every morning in order to have fluffy cupcakes, flaky scones, and gooey cinnamon rolls freshly made just as customers begin flocking to the shop’s counters.

The pastry chefs liberally wield frosting guns over sweets, applying sugary flowers to the borders of custom cakes and creating seasonal designs on cookies and pumpkins trying to expand their resumés. Once the bakery rush subsides, chefs turn their attention to lunch dishes, such as mandarin chicken wraps and spinach salads drizzled with house-made dressing.

546 Lincoln Sq
Arlington,
TX
US

Bagel Boyz Deli brings several new twists to the long-standing tradition of the New York–style bagel. Stuffy bagel purists may grow faint witnessing the avant garde application of house-made spicy queso to The Boyz breakfast sandwich with sausage and egg ($4.49), and bagel buffs who like their edibles stuffed will seek refuge in the deli's array of piled-high sandwiches, wraps, and burritos. The New York Reuben hosts a party of corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and mustard on a dance floor of pumpernickel or poppy seed bagel ($5.69), and the chicken salad wrap ($5.49) demonstrates that embracing a bird doesn't require a trip to Sesame Street. Unadorned carb circles come in many varieties—from classics such as cinnamon raisin and blueberry to the more adventurous green chili ($1.19)—but are rarely seen far from their entourage of cream cheeses, including garden veggie, spicy, honey almond, and more.

6401 S Cooper St
Arlington,
TX
US

Of Czech origin, Kenner’s Kolache Bakery's eponymous, oven-baked pastries come in delicious sweet or savory varieties, with fruit toppings and rich fillings. Batter down a boardroom door with a breakfast tray of fruit-topped kolaches in flavors ranging from apple to strawberry cream cheese ($0.80 each or $8.25 per dozen). Savory kolaches can pull double duty as hearty breakfast and anytime snacks, with varieties such as rodeo sausage ($1.09 each or $10.25 per dozen) and bacon rolls with cheese kolache ($1.09 each or $10.25 per dozen). Other edible indulgences include cinnamon rolls ($1.50 large or $1.09 mini) and Danish melt-a-ways ($1.65 each).

2812 S Cooper St
Arlington,
TX
US

Orbs of freshly made dough chug along the lustrous metallic conveyor belts of Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory's enormous tortilla-making mechanism, polka-dotting the chainlink pathways as they're flattened, baked, and morphed into the eatery's trademark fare. The chefs at the family bakery load the disks with traditional Mexican meats, such as chorizo and chicharrón, by hand, whisper "goodbye" to each morsel, and send them off to catered events or the onsite restaurant. They also sate sweet teeth with meticulously constructed custom cakes, harking back to founder Jose Marquez's legacy of selling donuts, pies, and sweet bread from his own home.

1730 E Division St
Arlington,
TX
US

Orbs of freshly made dough chug along the lustrous metallic conveyor belts of Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory's enormous tortilla-making mechanism, polka-dotting the chainlink pathways as they're flattened, baked, and morphed into the eatery's trademark fare. The chefs at the family bakery load the disks with traditional Mexican meats, such as chorizo and chicharrón, by hand, whisper "goodbye" to each morsel, and send them off to catered events or the onsite restaurant. They also sate sweet teeth with meticulously constructed custom cakes, harking back to founder Jose Marquez's legacy of selling donuts, pies, and sweet bread from his own home.

1801 W Polo Rd # 100
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

Rodriguez's fresh-baked "pan dulce" includes Mexican sweets such as cinnamon cookies, fruit-filled turnovers, gingerbread cookies, and vanilla-flavored azucarado pastries. Earning acclaim for its dinner fare as well, the restaurant's house-made tortillas are so popular they're sold in sold in dozens of grocery stores across Oregon and Idaho—perfect for shoppers looking to make their own tacos or replace an old mousepad.

105 Clarice St
Grand Prairie,
TX
US