Three bakeries in Atlanta with marvelous pastries offer

Andrew Alvarez

ATLANTA, GA - Pastries, both sweet and savory, pair well with coffee in the morning or as mid-afternoon snacks. Dough-working expertise thrives in Atlanta's bakeries and coffee shops, resulting in some of the city's best pastries.

While Highland Bakery, Henri's Bakery, and Alon's Bakery are always some dependable options, try one of these bakeries the next time you're wanting some pastries.

The Buttery ATL
They are a new shop, but Jen Yee, the pastry chef, isn't. The Buttery ATL is Linton and Gina Hopkins's, and it offers grab-and-go, charcuterie, larder staples, and more, but Yee's pastries may be the center of attention. Mallow Crunch Brownies, Benton's Ham Biscuits, and Jen Yee's Dream Cookies, as well as a rotating gourmet croissant taste every Friday, are all offered. Banoffee and Mocha are two recent examples.

Proof Bakeshop
They serve a variety of delectable dishes, but the daily bread selections like sesame sourdough, baguettes, and more are exceptional. If you're craving anything sweet, there are buckwheat chocolate chip muffins, sweet scones, and peanut butter cookies to choose from. Don't forget that Bread & Butterfly, their sister restaurant, sells a range of French pastries.

Root Baking Company
They've nestled away on the second floor of Ponce City Market, which is a little like placing a newborn in a corner. For those wishing to carb load, the bakery has bread, cookies, muffins, and more. Check out its sibling restaurant, Pizza Jean's, for expertly prepared slices and pies. If you won't be able to make it to Old Fourth Ward, Fresh bread is available at Whole Foods Midtown and West Paces Ferry.

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