Best Bakeries in Atlanta

June 30, 2011 12:00 AM
Best Bakeries in Atlanta
Danish, chocolate tortes and hot apple strudel are just a few of our favorite things.

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903 Peachtree

Atlanta, GA 30308



Starting out at 4:00am, everything is being made fresh. On your morning commute come get a fresh blueberry Danish or pecan apricot white chocolate scone to appease your appetite. But then don’t forget to come back for fresh bread out of the oven by 2pm daily. This bakery bakes in style as it guarantees freshness of all their products on a daily basis.


Alon’s Bakery and Market

1294 N. Highland Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30306



The bakery is full of every possible decadent treat imaginable and the market has artisan cheeses, wines, and specialty food items including seasoned ready-to-cook meats. Alon’s pastries use high quality ingredients making sure their customers experience everything as fresh as they should be. This bakery and market is of super quality and continues to exceed expectations as it keeps to its originality.

Highland Bakery

1180 Peachtree Street NE #C

Atlanta, GA 30309


Highland Bakery has more than just unique pastries and cakes; they even serve a full menu of breakfast, and lunch items. To make the best product possible they mill their own chemical free grains and make sure that everything is as fresh as possible. Start your day out with a half-pound muffin or sweet potato pancakes and then wash it all down with a “double, tall, skinny, half-caff, bald latte.” "

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