Bakeries in Los Altos

Wedding Cakes from Sweetart Creative Baking (55% Off). Three Options Available.

Sweetart Creative Baking

Multiple Locations

Artistic bakers build custom wedding cakes in unique flavors and can decorate them with everything from sculpted fondant to silk butterflies

$100 $45

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$13 for $20 Worth of Pastries at Beard Papa’s in Milpitas

Beard Papas - Milpitas

Milpitas

International bakery fills crunchy pie-crust exterior with one of eight types of filling made from natural custard & whipped cream

$20 $13

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One or Two Dozen Mini Cupcakes or Mini Cheesecake Bites at Mika's Cupcakes (Up to 48% Off)

Mika's Cupcakes

Tennyson - Alquire

Patial proceeds from mini cupcake and cheesecake orders benefit homeless families and go toward future youth transitional center

$24 $15

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Two 9-Inch Cream or Pumpkin Pies or One Dozen Mini Pies at The Cupcake Shoppe (Up to 46% Off)

The Cupcake Shoppe

The Cupcake Shoppe

Nine-inch cream or pumpkin pies or four-inch mini pies in a variety of flavors

$24 $13

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One Half-Sheet Birthday Cake or Twenty Plain Cupcakes at East 14th Bakery (Up to 43% Off)

East 14th Bakery

Assumption Parish

Bakers whip up cupcakes, half-sheet birthday cakes, and other baked goods like mexican rolls with barbecue pork

$47 $27

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Two White Sweet-Potato Pies or Southern-Style Peach Cobblers at Patrick's Famous Pies (53% Off)

Patrick's Famous Pies

Multiple Locations

Generations-old family recipes yield unique white sweet-potato pies and Southern-style peach cobblers with a loyal following

$30 $14

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Two or Three Dozen Mini Cupcakes at Mission Minis (Up to 50% Off)

Mission Minis

Mission

Bite-size cupcakes in flavors such as Peanut Butter Kiss, Swiss Almond Coconut, Vegan Banana Maple, and many more

$24 $12

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$28 for a Sampler Pack of 24 Mini Cupcakes at Cups and Cakes ($50 Value)

Cups and Cakes

SoMa

Bakers choose a sampler pack of 24 mini-cupcakes, each made from scratch based on the owner's daring ethos of experimentation

$50 $28

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Gourmet Desserts and Cocktails for Two or Four at Candybar (Up to 49% Off)

Candybar

Western Addition

Chef Cathleen Li whips up gourmet ice-cream sundaes and desserts with rum mascarpone cream and homemade marshmallow and pairs with cocktails

$36 $19

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$15 for Two Groupons, Each Good for Four Regular Cupcakes at Roc's Cupcakes ($24 Total Value)

Roc's Cupcakes

Watsonville

This family-owned bakery makes its cupcakes fresh each morning in a rotating menu of flavors

$12 $7.50

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$13 for $20 Worth of Cakes at Nothing Bundt Cakes

Nothing Bundt Cakes - Corte Madera

Nothing Bundt Cakes - Corte Madera

Bite-sized, personal, family, and party-size cakes, all topped with signature cream-cheese frosting

$20 $13

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$12 for $20 Worth of Bundt Cakes at Nothing Bundt Cakes

Nothing Bundt Cakes

The Crossroads Shopping Center

Bakers create retro bundt cakes topped with decorative petals and rich, cream-cheese frosting

$20 $12

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Castro Street eatery Honeycreek serves up specialty desserts, traditional Taiwanese cuisine, cocktails, and tea in an elegant lounge setting. Seated in plush purple chairs, guests can savor specialties such as pork pot-stickers or Hainan-style noodle soup made with chilled, poached free-range chicken and aromatic spiced stock. There are more than 200 types of specialty drinks, including milk teas with bursting boba. Finish your meal with the house specialty, melt-in-your mouth shaved snow in flavors such as green tea or chocolate.

124 Castro St
Mountain View,
CA
US

After working as both a Silicon Valley engineer and sushi chef, Tony opened his eponymous restaurant, serving up homestyle favorites such as pulled-pork sandwiches topped with cabbage, barbecued ribs that can be paired with sweet-potato waffle fries, and fried chicken breast on sourdough with a special sauce made of mayonnaise, sesame, and fish egg. Diners can conclude meals with gelato in more than a dozen flavors, including pistachio, strawberry, and mocha chip.

856 West El Camino Real
Mountain View,
CA
US

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395 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto,
CA
US

The French word douce translates into English as "soft" or "sweet," and that’s exactly the type of confectionary reputation that Douce France’s founders intended to build when they opened their shop in 1981. The two bakers moved to the area from France and, more than 30 years later, continue to share an extensive list of European–style confections with their patrons. They make each item from scratch and oversee each stage of production: preparing the dough, baking it properly, and presenting it artfully. Their specialties include lemon bundt cakes, chocolate éclairs, napoleons, tarts, marzipan cookies, danishes, scones, and savory quiches, which is French for keychains.

855 El Camino Real
Palo Alto,
CA
US

In the days before baguettes were popularized as day-old jousting batons, the dignified breadform was utilized as a sandwich vessel. To preserve the antiquity of the baguette, the friendly bakers at Cocola fetch them straight from the oven on a daily basis and build graspable sandwiches of the highest quality, such as the albacore tuna nicoise (with a lemon vinaigrette, $9.90) and the hearty grilled eggplant (with fresh veggies, mozzarella, and an olive oil and balsamic blend, $9.90). A sandwich is an intelligent way to get the hunger ball rolling down the hill until it crashes into an array of sweet menu treats. Indulge in tri-colored mousse cups ($4.60) and whipped and stacked hazelnut cakes ($4.60), or nourish your petite palate with pear tarts ($2.80) or bite-sized tiramisu ($3.10).

715 Stanford Shopping Ctr
Palo Alto,
CA
US

The bakers at this classic European-style bakery abide by a “slow proofing” technique that adds a rich, slightly-sour taste and rustic quality to their famous bread. The European-inspired patisserie also serves coffee, buns, and desserts such as a chocolate-caramel tart that Mercury News-dubbed “out-of-this-world.”

855 El Camino Real
Palo Alto,
CA
US

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