Bakeries in Austin, TX

10% Cash Back at Howdy Donut

Howdy Donut

Old Tarlton Center

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25% Cash Back at Johnson's Bakery LLC

Johnson's Bakery LLC

Riverside Grove

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Cakesmith Bakery

Big Oaks

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JC'z Grill and Chill

JC'z Grill and Chill

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Acai Hut

South Lamar

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Cornucopia Popcorn Creations

Multiple Locations

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Lavazza Caffe Aragona


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Hot Mama's Cafe


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Lox Box & Barrel

Dripping Springs

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35% Cash Back at Marble Slab Creamery - Homestead Shopping Center

Marble Slab Creamery - Homestead Shopping Center

Walden Park at Lakeline

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Opera Cafe & Coffeehouse

Onion Creek

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It's A Grind Coffee House

Northwest Austin

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Oak Brook

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Eileen's Colossal Cookies - Cedar Park

Chapel Hill

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  • Amy's Ice Cream
    Amy’s Ice Creams: A User’s Guide 350+ Ice Cream Flavors | Austin Institution | Booze-Infused Ice Cream | Malts and Milkshakes Sample Menu Standard ice cream flavors: Mexican Vanilla, Belgian Chocolate, All Thai’ed Up Rotating ice cream flavors: American as Apple Pie, Malt Crunch, Fireball Toppings: Biscoff cookies, coconut, strawberries, Snickers Drinks: floats, frosteds, malts, and milkshakes made with the ice cream of your choice Other treats: frozen yogurt, chocolate-covered strawberries, ice-cream cakes Amy’s Timeline 1984: The first Amy’s Ice Creams opens on Guadalupe 1986: Austin Business Journal votes Amy Simmons Young Entrepreneur of the Year 1989: The 6th Street location opens, complete with neon-lit cows 1993: Amy graduates from UT with her MBA; the first Houston location opens 1997: The company expands to San Antonio 2003: Amy founds Choose Austin First, an alliance of local businesses dedicated to fostering the unique lifestyle and sense of community that put Austin on the map, Atlas of Central Texas Cities 2007: Amy is elected to Westlake Hills City Council, where she serves as Mayor Pro Tem Critical Acclaim “Known for: Mexican Vanilla. Once again, basic doesn't have to mean boring. This rich, sweet ice cream starts with a sweet cream base and has ample amounts of Mexican vanilla added in.” — Huffington Post “Over three decades, Amy Simmons’s team of trendsetters has developed hundreds of flavors, among them such headshaking oddities as the vodka- and brine-infused Pickle Shot and the Mexican vanilla-based Doña Salsa.” — Time Out “The result is a counter staffed by blue-haired weirdos, high school drama kids, and true ice cream believers whose theatrical hijinks including tossing scoops of one of 400 flavors across busy city streets.” — Thrillist Inside Tips Every shop serves the same seven standard flavors year-round (yes, that includes Mexican Vanilla). The rest rotate. Some locations run movie-quote games and other challenges that grant a free topping with a right answer. You can take a tour of Amy’s production facility in Brentwood Monday through Friday by reservation. Tours are free, though the M&M-topped cone at the end costs $2.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Gourdough's Big. Fat. Donuts.
    Four Things to Know About Gourdough’s When publications like GQ, and The New York Times spotlight an airstream trailer 1,700 miles from New York City, it’s probably worth checking out. Boasting a coveted position as one of the 10 Best Donghnut Shops in the U.S. according to The Huffington Post , Gourdough’s serves madcap, decadent, and critically acclaimed donuts. Learn more about this beloved trailer-turned-donut-shop: The donuts are anything but ordinary. Of the more than 23 donuts on the menu, the one that seems to garner the most attention is the Mother Clucker, a glazed donut with fried chicken strips and honey butter. But don’t overlook the Porky’s with Canadian bacon and jalapeno jelly, or The Carney with apple pie topping, dry roast peanuts, and caramel. They work out of a hip, vintage airstream trailer. The original location is an airstream trailer from the ‘50s, which slings more than 20 donuts. Patrons can grab them to go or grab a seat on one of the picnic tables and eat them right there on the spot. It also operates two donut-centric pubs. Gourdough’s added two brick-and-mortar locations to its operation. In addition to the signature sweet donuts, Gourdough’s Public Houses offer savory donut meals, including donut burgers and entrees, such as the chicken and donut dumplings with slow-cooked chicken and a garlic donut on the side. You’re free to think outside the menu. At the vintage trailer, customers can get in on the mad science by creating their own unique donut. Just pick an icing, a filling, and three toppings, choosing from a list that includes the likes of peach filling, grilled bananas, cake-mix, bacon, and maple syrup icing.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Sugar N Spice
    Soup and other canned items are important to have on hand when you're not feeling well. Stock up today. A sprinkle of these spices or a pinch of these seasonings will make any meal great. This store has all the supplies you need to make a scrumptious dessert when your tastebuds are calling. Who's hungry? A frozen entree will fool anyone's palate, so why waste time cooking up a storm? Produce like this is not just's delicious, too! Pick up some fresh and tasty pasta from Sugar N Spice and slurp your way to happiness. If you're seeking high-quality tea and coffee with endless flavor nodes, check out the options at Sugar N Spice. Whether you like to bake or cook, oil and vinegar are essential items every kitchen needs. If you're looking for beverages that will handle all your hydration needs, look no further. This drink will refresh, renew, and refuel your energy. Whether you prefer wheat or white bread, Sugar N Spice serves up a large selection of freshly-baked breads. Pick up super fresh fish (and a heck of a lot of nutrients) for your next meal. Cereal in the morning, cereal in the evening, or cereal at suppertime. With the selection here, you'll want to eat cereal anytime. Water junkies can get their gulp on with a swig from Sugar N Spice. For a sampling of the best meats, you'll want to head here directly without delay. Healthy eaters realize the importance of dairy in their diet. Make sure you're getting your fill of Vitamin D with dairy products from Sugar N Spice. Frozen food is a great option for those who don't love to cook, so go ahead and stock up on these items today. When you have a hunger craving in between meals, these snacks will come in handy. A great selection of parking spots are nearby.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Texas French Bread
    Aromas of baking sourdough, amber rye, and brioche bread waft from the ovens of Texas French Bread, winner of the Austin Chronicle's Restaurant Poll Readers award for Best Bread in 2009, 2010, and 2011. For the past three decades, these ovens have been churning out artisan breads, pastries, and desserts made from scratch, and under the helm of brothers Ben and Murphy Willcott, the ovens now cook a dinner menu of local and sustainable rustic French fare, earning a place in the top five on the Growers Alliance of Central Texas's Truly Local 2011 restaurants survey. Yet neither of the brothers set out to be bakers. Murph, a Harvard law-school graduate and lawyer, and Ben, a student of English literature, both enjoyed staying up late, cooking, and coordinating aprons with spatulas so they decided to take over Texas French Bread with the goal of turning it from bakery into bistro because, as Murph claims, "rock star and/or Hollywood movie mogul seemed like a stretch." In the kitchen, Ben crafts a weekly rotating menu hewn under the guidelines of famed chef Alice Waters, with local, fresh, and simple ingredients from the urban farms of Boggy Creek and Angel Valley, served in season at their peak. Meanwhile, the pastry chef sculpts key-lime tartlets, cupcakes, and cream puffs to accompany cups of coffee or espresso drinks made with locally roasted beans from Anderson's Coffee Company. The house blend combines premium East African beans with a Costa Rican hard bean, barrel-cooked to a medium-brown, full-city roast to jump-start mornings without licking a car battery.
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    Austin, TX US
  • 1886 Cafe and Bakery
    In 1969, the Austin-American Statesman published an article titled "The Driskill's Fate Sealed" - assuring imminent demolition to make way for a modern glass-façade office building. The Heritage Society of Austin responded by rallying local citizens to save the city of Austin's beloved landmark. Volunteers sold $10 stocks in an unofficial "bake sale," raising more than $900,000 to purchase the property, holding off the wrecking ball by forming the largely citizen-owned non-profit Driskill Hotel Corporation, and had the hotel declared a National Historic Landmark in November 1969, assuring the hotel's lasting presence in the city of Austin. In the citizen-owned era, The Heritage Society founded the 1886 Lunchroom, successfully operated and staffed for over 20 years by members. Stocked with recipes from the hotel's past (including a stint by Neiman Marcus culinary director and "duchess of Texas cuisine" Helen Corbitt), and their own family histories, the ladies of the Heritage Society operated a venue that to this day is known as "Austin's socializing parlor." Paying homage to the city and Heritage Society's roles, the 1886 Cafe & Bakery opened on July 4, 2002. The Café, located at the busy corner of Sixth and Brazos streets, remains the social gathering place for locals and out-of-town guests alike looking for delicious traditional Texas comfort foods that combine time-honored Texas traditions with contemporary preparation. 1886 Bakery, with Executive Pastry Chef Tony Sansalone at the helm, features an incredible array of daily pastries, breads and Austin's finest custom-crafted cakes and pies, available via direct order, or by visiting the Café for a custom consultation.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Cow Tipping Creamery
    Four Things to Know About Cow Tipping Creamery Hard-scoop ice cream tends to dominate today’s frozen dessert options, followed closely by frozen custard and frozen yogurt. But at Cow Tipping Creamery, soft serve is le raison d'être. Operating out of a parked food trailer—perhaps an homage to the days of roadside soft-serve stands—the creamery’s staff tops the classic American dessert with decidedly modern toppings, such as pomegranate molasses, whiskey wet walnuts, and crushed Ritz crackers. Read on to see how else Cow Tipping Creamery distinguishes itself on the dessert scene: This isn’t your grandparents’ soft serve. Using ingredients such as fruit purees and fresh herbs, the creamery churns out exotic soft-serve flavors such as white chocolate macadamia, doughnuts and coffee, and butterbeer. The daily specials know no bounds in creativity—or sugar content. Consider the eclair stacker, consisting of soft serve topped with eclair pudding chunks, brown-sugar hot fudge, mini chocolate chips, and of course, a piece of eclair. The menu goes way beyond soft serve. Homemade baked goods, pretzel cones, floats with Boots dewberry soda … even the most discriminate sweet tooth is likely to find something delectable. Press from near and far have taken notice. The creamery has garnered mentions in outlets from The New York Times to Thrillist, the latter issuing the warning that visitors are “bound to get inappropriately excited.”
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    Austin, TX US