Where to Go for Good Pastries in Nashville?

Since the demise of Alpha Bakery, the only passable source of baked good seems to be the French Bakery (Provance?) on 21st Ave. Are there any other good options, especially closer to Hermitage?

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6 Responses to Where to Go for Good Pastries in Nashville?

  1. atrius says:

    I’ve actually wondered this myself. I’ve also wondered if Hong Kong style baked goods would have any market in Nashville. The wife and I have kicked around the idea of starting such a place.

  2. yj says:

    Becker Bakery on Lebanon

    killer ginger cookies

  3. Peter says:

    Yes – Dot’s baking at home! (You’ve already sampled that, of course.)


  4. Nikki says:

    Ditto on Becker’s, it’s up between donelson pike and mcgavock, been there for forever (my mom worked there when she was going to two rivers high school). Publix isn’t bad, but not nearly the same feel.

  5. T.Stahl says:

    Alpha Bakery, yes, I remember.
    I remember the date I had at that place. 🙂

  6. William says:

    Coffee lunch , they have the best in town across the street from cummings station. All of it is made in house.

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