Roundup: Fritter Away

These 10 Little Rock bakeries? They’ve got flour power

For the uninitiated, it might seem like there’s really only so much variety you can expect from the local baked goods scene. But looking over the incredible diversity of decadent delectables on display here, you’ll see just how many options are available to satisfy your sweet tooth. What’s more is how there are some goodies—say, the kouign amanns from Mylo Coffee Co.—that you’re simply not going to find anywhere else in the city (and trust us, we’ve looked). But yet, all of ‘em, from Danishes to donuts, croissants to cream horns, have that special, irresistible something.

Where to Get the Goods

  1. Honey Pies

(315 N. Bowman Road, #14, Little Rock; myhoneypies.com)

  1. Community Bakery

(1200 S. Main St., Little Rock; communitybakery.com)

  1. Sweet Love

(sweetlovebakes.com)

  1. Mercado San Jose Grocery & Panaderia (Bakery)

(7411 Geyer Springs Road, Little Rock; arkansasonline.com/places/mercado-san-jose)

  1. The Root Cafe

(1500 Main St., Little Rock; therootcafe.com)

  1. Mark’s Do-Nut Shop

(4015 Camp Robinson Road, North Little Rock; (501) 753-2017)

  1. Mylo Coffee Co.

(2715 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock; mylocoffee.com)

  1. Boulevard Bread Company

(Multiple locations, Little Rock; boulevardbread.com)

  1. Dempsey Bakery

(323 S. Cross St., Little Rock; dempseybakery.com)

  1. Rosalia’s Family Bakery

(2701 Kavanaugh Blvd., #101, Little Rock; rosaliasfamilybakery.com)

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