5 Best Decatur Bakeries

  • 99 Krog St NE, Atlanta
    Melissa Gallagher - Little Tart has one of the best croissants in the city. Maybe THE best, but I'd like to try a few more before I make that call... All her baked goods are incredible from the double chocolate chip cookie (with just the right amount of sea salt) to the Ham Puffs, basically a gougeres with ham (don't be dumb, get two). Her spaces are always charming, her staff is always kind.
    Blaire Dorin - Little Tart never disappoints! I frequent the Krog Street Market location and the pastries and baked goods are always super fresh and the staff is super friendly.
  • 2011 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta
    Melissa Gallagher - What a special little spot! Love their gateau (addictive), their pastries (so flaky!), and breads (beautiful to boot). Worth stopping in here to see what they've baked up daily for breakfast, lunch, snacks, or something to bring to a dinner party.
    Michael Gallagher - Definitely some of the highest quality breads made in town and one of the most interesting selections of bread and pastry offerings. In addition, they have great selection of locally butchered meats and other tasty provisions.
  • 186 Rio Circle, Decatur
    Dakota Stern - "Atlanta's Homemade Secret Since 1992"
  • 155 Sycamore St, Decatur
    Michael Gallagher - Killer housemade pastries, sweets and savories. Absolutely delicious fire-roasted house made bagels with all the spreads. In addition, you'll find a welcoming atmosphere, great staff, and great coffee & espresso drinks to boot. Don't miss out on their breakfast sandwiches and their pounder lunch sandwiches; they're incredible.
  • Melissa Gallagher - Best chocolate chip cookie in Atlanta? Maybe... that's a Sophie's Choice sort of decision for me, so I'm not ready to make that call just yet. The Rooster Cookie has a cultish following in Atlanta, and that's obvious if you've ever driven to multiple markets looking for them only to see the empty cookie jars at each stop. I used to know every spot in town that sold them, for just that purpose, but thankfully they've increased their points of sale and you can find them at multiple Savi Provisions and even an Ace Hardware now. The cookies are a mix of shortbread-meets-cookie-dough-vibes, so Tollhouse purists be warned. They're big and sweet and decadent. Despite being sealed in plastic, they're best eaten fresh (-ish, you're not gonna find these hot out of the oven), so don't buy it and save it for another day. If you love cookies, put this one on your list to try!

Bakeries Near Decatur

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