Even during a coronavirus pandemic, people get a sweet tooth and want all the carbs. Some want to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, while others need an alternative option for breads or holiday treats. While in no way a comprehensive look at every bakery that remains open for takeout and delivery, this map offers options all over the city.Read More
16 Bakeries to Frequent for Holiday Treats in Las Vegas and Henderson
Satisfy that sweet tooth with holiday breads and pastries to go
Kneaders Bakery & Cafe
Both Kneaders locations on Craig Road and in Henderson still offer their rosters of breads from chunky cinnamon to ciabatta and desserts such as apple cinnamon bread pudding and double fudge brownies. Order at the drive-thru or online at order.kneaders.com. Made from scratch sourdough bread goes for $2.
Retro Bakery made the move from Centennial to Charleston Boulevard, and continues to stay open with its fun flavors of cupcakes, cakes, cookies, and frozen yogurt. A $20 cupcake kit includes six cakes, buttercream frosting, and sprinkles for decorating. Brownie sundae, carrot cake, cookies and cream, pink lemonade, and fan favorite hopscotch are among the flavors. Customers can order online and pickup at the shop or pay a delivery fee.
Sixteen different flavors of macarons, cake slices, and almond croissants and danishes make up at the menu at Patisserie Manon. For the holidays, order bouche noel.
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Benyeh in Downtown Summerlin specializes in beignets, placed in a bag with sauce and meant to be shaken before eating. Other baked goods include patachus (pâte à choux) and cookie stix to make dunking easy. Benyeh serves Vittoria coffee with an emphasis on espresso-based coffee drinks.
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Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro
Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro at Village Square offers Florent Cheveau’s croissants, beignets, madelines, macarons, sweet crepes, a Napoleon, eclairs, flans, and tart or cake slices.
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La Belle Terre Bakery & Cafe
La Belle Terre Bakery & Cafe is delivering baked goods with a minimum $35 order from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pickup from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www.LBTbakery.com or call 702-685-7712 to order. Croissants, breads, danishes, and more make the menu.
85°C Bakery Cafe
Taiwanese-import 85°C Bakery Cafe offers its baked goods at Chinatown’s Shanghai Plaza with online ordering for takeout. The 85C menu includes blueberry cheesecake, Black Forest, chocolate cookie crumb, and strawberry cake slices, plus egg tarts, buns, brioche, and the $29 8-inch cakes, highlighted by mango creme brulee, sweet choco bear, tiramisu, and Red Velvet creations.
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Chinatown’s Sweets Raku offers whole cakes in strawberry, chocolate, or chestnut, fruit tarts, cream puffs, cookie boxes, and macarons for pickup. Customers need to pre-order two days in advance for pickup from noon to 7 p.m. daily. To place an order, call 702-290-7181 from noon to 9 p.m.
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday with takeout service and delivery via Uber Eats. The bakery offers croissants and crepes along with strawberry shortcake.
Customers can order in-restaurant for takeout only, place an pick-up order online and come 15 minutes later or at a scheduled time, or order for curbside pickup at Cafe Breizh. Quiches, gallettes, and crepes join breads, pastries, cakes, cookies, and more on the lengthy menu.
Jo's Malasadas Cafe & Bakery
Jo’s Malasadas Cafe & Bakery offers specialty malasadas, Portuguese fried dough balls, that can be upgraded with a wide range of fillings, including Bavarian, guava, macadamia nut, Nutella, Fruity Pebbles cereal, or Kona coffee flavors. The bakery also offers the Filipino favorite pandesal rolls that can also be filled with taro, ube, or cheese. Among the wide variety of sweet creations, cannoli, Hawaiian coco puffs, French eclairs, macaroons, and Napoleons, plus a range of cookies and cake pops. Cakes are sold by the slice or as a full-size serving.
Manan Bakery specializes in wedding cakes, as well as other special occasion treats. birthday, baby shower, sweet sixteen and all types of special occasion cakes to serve at your parties. Customers can order bread, pastries, fruit tarts, and macarons as well. Open regular hours for takeout. Customers can order online and request delivery.
Rosallie Le French Cafe
Rosallie Le French Cafe serves apple pies, whole quiches, fruit tartes, pastries, and coffees and teas for pickup and delivery, free on orders of $30 or more. Call in orders from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Japanese-inspired Suzuya Patisserie only reopened in a new location in January. Now it offers bakery items for takeout such as strawberry shortcake, custard puddings, cream puffs, whole cakes, and specials that change seasonally.
The stars of Vegas Cakes call Freed’s Bakery home and continue serving outrageous cakes at all three locations. This third-generation bakery sells almond and chocolate chip babkas, poppy seed and apple strudel, rugulach, rye and French bread, challah, and bagels. The bakery also has $1 cupcakes available for purchase online with the option of donating the dessert to a local hospital, police station, or fire station in Las Vegas.
Humboldt Sweets Bakery
Cinnamon rolls, pumpkin cream pies, coconut cream pies, apple pies, coconut cakes filled with homemade coconut pudding, cupcakes, cheesecake bars, sugar cookies, and more make the menu at this bakery that appeared on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. The bakery is only offering pickup from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and will ship orders made by 4 p.m. on Sunday.