Satisfy that sweet tooth at one of these amazing new bakeries that opened in Edmonton in 2017! And watch for our January/February 2018 issue to find out the winners of our Best New Restaurant Awards!
Arno’s Fine French Pastry
After selling his fine French pastries at farmers’ markets throughout the city, Arnaud Valade finally has a permanent space of his own. The heavenly Chocolate Almond Croissant is a must-try.
10038-116 St. | 780-760-0717
This quaint bakery serves a light lunch menu, French pastries, organic teas, and specialty coffee using locally roasted coffee beans. Try the Lemon Mascarpone Cheesecake or Matcha Croissant!
10328-124 St. | 780-908-2253
Dough-not wait to try one of these colourful creations that come in unique flavours like Rocky Road and Earl Grey. Doughnut Party is best-known for their scrumptious Pineapple Fritter, so arrive early to snag this unique twist on a classic.
Located in Old Strathcona, this new French bakery specializes in delightful petit desserts, such as tarts and macarons. On top of their homemade gelato and sorbet, you need to try their flaky Pain au Chocolat!
10330-80 Ave. | 587-524-9899
La Boule Bakery
This bakery in Old Strathcona uses the finest ingredients and offers artisanal breads, fine French pastries, chocolates, and confectionary. Enjoy your dessert in the café with an espresso or tea, or enjoy it on the go!
8020-101 St. | 780-760-2253
Sugared & Spiced
This new bakery offers unique flavours of cakes, cookies, meringues, and more! The Man’s Man Cookie combines chocolate chips, peanut butter, and bacon! Or try out the special Girl’s Night In Cookie creation that features chocolate, caramel, and raspberry dessert wine.
10334-82 Ave. | 780-244-2253
The warm, hand-rolled pretzels here can be dusted in a savoury garlic powder or cinnamon sugar, or sprinkled with Cheddar or Feta cheese. Try them with over a dozen different dips, from a classic grainy mustard to milk chocolate ganache, or order a pretzel bun stuffed with a tasty in-house corned beef, swiss cheese, and vinegar slaw.