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Bread, cakes, pastries, pies, cupcakes, donuts are just a few of our favorite things in life. Which is what makes discovering Highland Park Texas bakeries a lovely goal.
If you’ve noticed lately, specialty bakeries seem to be popping up everywhere.
And you know what happens next?
The people of Dallas are flocking to them!
Whether it be a long standing shop, a food trailer or a cupcake ATM, sugar brings happiness.
Everyone seems to be on the lookout for that next delicious treat.
Or better yet?
That perfectly filtered Instagram shot with macaroon in their hand.
The Complete Guide to the Highland Park Texas Bakeries
From custom cupcakes and cakes to revamped doughnuts and éclairs, bakers and entrepreneurs are bringing some lovely baked goods to Highland Park and beyond.
Here are the places to indulge your sweet tooth
1. Bird Bakery
7A Highland Park Village
Originally started in San Antonio by Elizabeth Chambers and husband/actor Armie Hammer, BIRD Bakery opened their second shop in Dallas in 2016 inside Highland Park Village.
Its a busy space but they always have room for more guests.
I recommend the Nutella loaf.
Highly highly recommend the Nutella loaf.
2. JD Chippery
Family owned and operated by the Broad Family since its opening in 1983, JD’s Chippery has served four generations of the Park Cities area with yummy fresh-baked cookies and muffins, hand-squeezed lemonade and limeade and custom-mixed fountain drinks.
And FYI, they use Guittard chocolate chips (those are the best kind to use in a cookie).
6601 Hillcrest Ave A
Pokey-O’s has been a main stay on Mockingbird for many, many years.
If you ❤️ cookies, then this is your spot.
You can get a custom Pokey O with any of their 16 flavors of Blue Bell Ice Cream and 13 kinds of cookies, and even have it rolled in a topping.
Awesome for a cookie fix and right near SMU.
3034 E Mockingbird Ln
4. Royal Blue Grocery
Head to the back counter to order coffee and peruse the baked goods on display.
I promise this ONE thing . .
You won’t be disappointed with anything in this hip market.
Worse case scenario? Snag a hazelnut Ritter Sport to pair with your drip coffee.
1 Highland Park Village
5. La Duni
The La Duni baking studio is pure deliciousness.
As the founder states . . .
“A DAY WITH OUT CAKE IS A DAY WITHOUT LOVE”
2612 Irving Blvd
6. Baked by Toni Rivard
The only place you can order Screamin’ O’s, their signature fudgie brownie tower, dipped in luscious chocolate ganache.
Who needs Reunion tower when you have a tower made of chocolate? 🍫
6706 Snider Plaza
7. Bisous Bisous Patisserie
Opened just a few years ago, this Dallas bakery makes some of the best macarons in Dallas, as well as some other French pastries.
3700 McKinney Avenue, Suite 150
8. Society Bakery
This yummy bakery opened in 2003, this Lower Greenville bakery and really started to take off on the show Dallas Cakes on the Food Network.
Then Society Bakery was named one of the Top 10 Cupcakes in America by Ellen DeGeneres.
Custom cakes and petit fours (loved these for my bridal shower)
3610 Greenville Avenue
Don’t have time to get to Dallas and Highland Park?
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Enjoy all the treats!
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