Bakeries in Downtown Springfield

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Although Good Coffee by Jung bros gives top billing to its caffeinated beverages, there's more to this cafe than drinks. The team here also amplifies classic cafe dishes, creating hearty bowls of soup served with cheese bread, for instance, as well as zesty pizzas. Their inventive chefs, along with serving waffles for breakfast, also use them as the base for savory sandwiches.

300 Park Central East
Springfield,
MO
US

• For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale dinner fare (served from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.) and a three-month membership. • For $10, you get $20 worth of upscale lunch (served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and a three-month membership.

901 East Saint Louis Street
Springfield,
MO
US

For the gals behind Sisters In Thyme, the business started small when they began slinging their jams, jellies, and preserves at local farmers markets. The demand grew so high that they eventually found a permanent space, expanding their offerings to include fresh-baked goods and stacked deli sandwiches. Co-owner and master baker Marty Cooper can almost always be found in the kitchen, where she's mastered the bakery's signature baked treats: warm, chewy cinnamon rolls topped with her homemade cream cheese frosting. In addition to a plethora of sweets, they also bake savory breads and rolls, some of which construct sandwiches?including those made with pastrami and corned beef, which, as this clip from the food channel explains, is flown in straight from New York.

326 E Commercial St.
Springfield,
MO
US