Best Bakeries in Detroit

Expert recommended Top 3 Bakeries in Detroit, Michigan. All of our bakeries face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


541 Monroe, Detroit, MI 48226 Directions

Since 1971

Cinnamon Roll, Cream Cheese Danish, European Pastries, Apple Danish, Pumpkin Muffin, Lemon Pound Muffin, Croissant, Apple Muffin, Blueberry Cream Cheese Muffin, Cannoli, Ham and Cheese Croissant, Chocolate Muffin, Strawberry Cream Cheese Croissant, Chocolate Cannoli, Turkey and Cheese Croissant, Fruit Tart, Strawberry Shortcake & Mousse Cup

The Astoria Pastry Shop is founded by the Teftis family in 1971 in the Greektown district of downtown Detroit, Michigan. The bakery takes great pride and retains the highest quality to turn its passion for sweet confections into over 100 delicious pastries. Pastries can be savored inside their store with specialty gourmet coffees toasted just for their customers to enjoy or packed for home or your special occasion. Astoria Pastry Shop has received many honors over the years and is widely regarded as the leading bakery in the Detroit metropolitan area. Catering services are available. Keep your loved one more special with Astoria's gift cards. They accept Greektown Casino Comps.

Price: Starts from $1.95


Sun - Thu 8:00 am - Midnight
Fri & Sat 8:00 am - 1:00 am

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422 West Willis, Detroit, MI 48201 Directions

Since 1997

Sourdoughs, Wheaty Wheat, Motown Multigrain, Russell Street Rustic Italian, Dexter Davison Rye, Classic Baguette, Poletown Rye, Mack Avenue Marble Rye, Pontchartrain Pumpernickel, Rivard Street Garlic Ciabatta, Gratiot Street Ciabatta, Leelanau Cherry Walnut, Fancy Pants Bread, Lafayette French Baguette, Sweets & Greektown Olive Bread

Avalon International Breads is a convenient counter-serve for salads, sandwiches and organic, homemade pastries & fresh bread. In June 1997, they delivered the first loaves of bread from their newly built hearthstone oven in a small, converted warehouse in the Cass Corridor of Detroit. The rye's, pumpernickel's and whole grains bread have so much of nature's true flavors. The selection of cookies and no sandwich's make this a must stop and try when near downtown Detroit. They're distributing their bread to the surrounding Metro Detroit store near for your tasty convenience. Free WiFi and catering services are available.

Price: Starts from $1.75

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Mon - Sat 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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8066 Kercheval Avenue, Detroit, MI 48214 Directions

Since 2012

Peanut Butter Paprika, Brownies, Scones, Lavender Grapefruit Shortbread, Large Cookies, Small Cookies, Cold Beverages, Honey Lemon Meringue, Salted Rosemary Shortbread, Beverages, Salted Maple, Muffins, Malted Lime, Banana Pete & Hot Tea

Sister Pie Detroit is a vibrant corner bakery in Detroit's West Village on the east side of the city. In the fall of 2012, Lisa introduced Sister Pie on Thanksgiving from the Milford kitchen of her parents. Sister Pie's menu is non-traditional in spice blends, rustic in execution, and constantly evolving to honor Michigan's local agriculture. They try to test the limits of their imagination while challenging and satisfying the palate of Sister Pie enthusiasts. Their cake makers produce the pie dough by hand every day and most commonly. Enjoy free WiFi here. The picturesque space is sunny with large windows, rustic woods, a communal table, and a chalkboard menu.

Price: Starts from $0.75

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Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sat & Sun 9:00 am - Sold Out

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