4 of the Top Bakeries in Tulsa

December 17, 2015

Best_Bakeries_in_Tulsa.jpgBaking can be fun, but sometimes it's even more fun to let someone else do the baking for you. After all, it's the eating that is the true fun when it comes to sweet treats and breads. In Tulsa, you’ll find a number of exceptional bakeries. Whether you want to grab some bagels for breakfast or want to sit down for a bakery-fresh lunch, here are some options not far from Springs at Woodlands South.

Heirloom Baking Co.
1441 S. Quaker Ave.

Working with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, Heirloom Baking Co. is known for its exceptional coffee as well as its tasty baked goods. The coffee comes from the family's farms in El Salvador and is roasted locally. Eggs, milk and produce also comes from local Oklahoma farmers, so expect a changing menu of cookies, pastries and other baked goods to accommodate the changing availability of produce.

Ludger's Bavarian Cakery
8931 South Yale Ave., Suite P

In 1980 Ludger Schulz made a Bavarian Cream Cheesecake for his restaurant. Soon, customers began begging for birthday and wedding cakes, and Ludger's Bavarian Cakery was born. With flavors like strawberry, key lime, red velvet, chocolate chip, chocolate and vanilla, as well as a variety of non-cake baked goods, this bakery has something for everyone, but cakes are by far their specialty. They even offer gluten-free and sugar-free options for those with special dietary needs.

Merritt's Bakery
2832 East 101st St.

The 101st St. location is just one of four locations in the greater Tulsa area, and it’s just 11 minutes from Springs at Woodlands South. This bakery has it all - from fancy cakes and pastries to donuts and old-fashioned pies. A full lunch and catering menu will keep you satisfied. The 101st St. location has a small meeting room that is great for a family birthday party or social gathering.

Antoinette Baking Co.
207 N. Main

Tucked away in Tulsa's Brady Arts District, Antoinette Baking Co. is about making more than just food, but also culinary art. This boutique bakery creates edible delights that are almost too pretty to eat. If you are looking for "epicurean decadence," this is the location to try. Pies, macaroons (a sweet, meringue-based confection), cakes and a variety of sweet and savory options provide variety at this location, which you can enjoy for a snack, breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Each of these bakeries is easy to access from our convenient location. So the next time you have a hankering for some fresh-baked bread, look for one of these specialty bakeries!

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