Some days simply demand to start with a freshly-baked treat. Lucky for you, there are plenty of bakeries in Reno that use the best ingredients and bake their items fresh each day.
Right in the heart of Midtown is where the original Perenn Bakery resides, and their second location is Perenn at The Village at Rancharrah. Their menu changes weekly, but you can always count on fresh croissants, Danishes, kouign-amann, and loaves of bread and baguettes. Owned by two chefs, you really can’t find these flavors and this variety of baked goods anywhere else in Reno!
Are you in need of gluten-free baked bread and goodies? Haven on Earth’s entire bakery is dedicated to making gluten-free items! They have baked donuts, which are a favorite of mine, muffins, cookies, loaves of bread, biscotti, cream puffs and more. It’s the perfect place to grab lunch or a treat that is completely gluten-free and delicious!
House of Bread is the bakery to hop on into when looking for a treat and a loaf of bread to take home and enjoy. Bagels, raspberry pinwheels, croutons, brownies, baguettes and more… they have a huge selection from sweet to savory. Their rolls are the perfect addition to any dinner party or holiday gathering as well.
Cupcakes on cupcakes on cupcakes. At Batch Cupcakery, you can find every kind of cupcake that your heart and sweet tooth could ever desire, and they’re completely organic! They have options that are vegan, gluten-free and paleo, which means everyone can enjoy one of the 75 flavors that they serve up no matter how they choose to consume their mini cakes! Chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes, marshmallow cream frosting and pistachio cupcakes are some of the unique flavors that are dreamed up at Batch.
A Reno favorite since 1980, Josef’s Vienna Bakery is one of the first bakeries of its kind with items like petit fours, sandwich cookies, morning buns and pastries, mini cakes and fruit tarts. They also make European-style bread, like farmer’s rye, light sourdough, 6-grain wheat and sweeter bread options like pecan almond coffee cake. Josef’s is a great place to grab a danish for breakfast or even a sandwich from the deli for lunch.
Everybody loves coffee, but not every coffee shop also serves baked items to pair perfectly with your espresso! Coffeebar Reno bakes all of their treats in house from their chocolate croissants, scones, granola energy bites, macarons, cinnamon rolls, muffins, lemon and espresso bars and cookies that are all often also gluten-free. Grab a cup of joe and a baked breakfast-to-go to start your day out right with Coffeebar’s bakery selection in Reno.
Enjoy a sweet treat with a coffee or grab a sandwich or salad with your baked goods at Höma’ge. Located in a converted old house near downtown Reno, Höma’ge will make you feel at home while you enjoy whatever ooey-gooey treat you pick up.
Whether you’re craving sweet, savory or unconventional baked goods, there are plenty of bakeries in Reno to satisfy your appetite.
Abbey Kay is a local blogger and product photographer who loves Reno and all of its places to have fun. She is obsessed with donuts and coffee, and enjoys taking photos of both all around town. She has a passion for showing people her hometown and all it has to offer.
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