Bakeries in Raleigh, N.C.

Looking for the perfect sweet treat or a loaf of freshly-baked bread straight from the oven? Raleigh, N.C., has an abundance of bakeries to visit like Yellow Dog Bread Company, Rise Biscuits & Donuts (with locations all over the destination), The Cupcake Shoppe, Bittersweet and more. Many of the bakeries in the area are also award-winning, like the ones below:

La Farm Bakery
Founded by master baker Lionel Vatinet in Cary, La Farm Bakery brings a taste of France to N.C. Must-try, imaginative breads include the asiago-Parmesan bread, white chocolate mini baguette and cinnamon-raisin-pecan bread.

Neomonde Mediterranean
When the Saleh family immigrated to the U.S. in the 1970s to escape civil war in Lebanon, they brought with them their passion for bread and founded Neomonde. Today, Neomonde bakes more than 200 different varieties of breads and pastries. Their pita bread is a classic and not to miss when paired with hummus from their restaurant! Located in both Raleigh and Morrisville.

Founded by award-winning pastry chef Daniel Benjamin, previously of The Umstead Hotel and Spa, lucettegrace is a contemporary patisserie in downtown Raleigh's Fayetteville Street district. In the summer, don’t miss the macaron ice cream sandwich; at breakfast, the Dixie Cannonball, a cheddar biscuit filled with sausage gravy, is a must.

Boulted Bread
Using their own stone mill, Boulted Bread is known for flavorful, hearty breads like their seeded rye and levain French country bread. Don’t miss their daily pastries showcasing seasonal, locally-sourced fruit and vegetables.

Stick Boy Bread
Located in the town of Fuquay-Varina, Stick Boy Bread is serving up some of the best cinnamon rolls and sticky buns around!

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Lionel Vatinet
La Farm Bakery

Lionel Vatinet

La Farm Bakery

Lionel Vatinet has traveled the world learning to bake fantastic breads. When he decided to plant roots, he chose Cary, and opened La Farm. In the past two decades, La Farm has grown to three locations—all bringing European-style baked goods to a hungry community.

“There’s a warmth in Raleigh that will make you want to come back to solve the mystery of such a beautiful place.”