Sweet Relief: Your To-Go Guide to 19 Favorite Texas Bakeries

Sweet Relief: Your To-Go Guide to 19 Favorite Texas Bakeries

Emma-and-ollie-colleen-duffley-1In these days of social distancing, eating fresh pastries, breads, and other baked goods brings more comfort than ever. Fortunately, the state’s bakeries are still hopping, many with curbside service. A few have tweaked their offerings to include take-and-bake goods or ingredients that are flying off supermarket shelves. Texas Monthly’s Dining Guide reviewers headed to some bakeries to give readers a range of options for take-home treats and offer tips for ordering and pickup. In addition to patronizing local bakeries, there are many ways to help restaurants and their staffs during this incredibly difficult time.    AUSTIN  Baguette et Chocolat Located on the outskirts of West Austin, this charming bakery is owned and operated by French transplants from Paris’s Versailles district. Husband-and-wife duo Anne-Lise and Chi-minh Pham-dinh have been bringing an authentic taste of French boulangeries to the Bee Cave community for a decade. Their menu includes baguettes, brioche, croissants, and macarons, as well as crepes, quiches, and sandwiches. Ordering: Many items require ordering two days in advance. Online ordering is…View Original Post

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