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Austin's Best Bakeries According to Eater Readers

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Great bakeries abound in Austin, whether they specialize in classic French pastries, rustic breads, Asian-style treats or vegan everything. Easy Tiger has blown up the bakery/beer garden scene, Sugar Mama's is expanding to a second location, and there are still plenty of great bets around town for putting your face on a cake. Eater asked readers to name some of their favorite bakeries; check out their picks in the map below.

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Baguette et Chocolat

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[Photo: Baguette et Chocolate/Yelp]

Russell's Bakery

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[Photo: Alex C/Yelp]

Sweetish Hill Bakery

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[Photo: Katie O/Yelp]

Upper Crust Bakery

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[Photo: Jade Y/Yelp]

Tous les Jours

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[Photo: Roy Q/Yelp]

Artisan Bistro

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[Photo: Artisan/Yelp]

Capital City Bakery

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Molly Jade hits the comments to recommend Capital City. She says: " The brownies. The cheesecake. Everything."

Moonlight Bakery

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Reader Mary hit the tipline to say that their apple streudel is "to die for." They also make custom cakes and many different kinds of kolaches.

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

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[Photo: Lydia K/Yelp]

Bees Knees Bakery

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[Photo: Marion V/Yelp]

Texas French Bread

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This longtime Austin restaurant and bakery has recently expanded and remodeled its space. They're also getting serious about coffee, and continue to make artisan breads and pastries in house.

Easy Tiger

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Drew Curren's combination beer garden and bakery on Dirty Sixth has proven to be a massive hit. They supply bread all over town and are even popping up at the farmer's market.

Mi Tradición

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[Photo: JK/Yelp]

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[Photo: Samuel L/Yelp]

Royers Pie Haven

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This outpost of the beloved Round Top pie institution features lots of pie, of course, as well as other pie-based treats like pie muffins, as well as savory pies.

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Baguette et Chocolat

[Photo: Baguette et Chocolate/Yelp]

Russell's Bakery

[Photo: Alex C/Yelp]

Sweetish Hill Bakery

[Photo: Katie O/Yelp]

Upper Crust Bakery

[Photo: Jade Y/Yelp]

Tous les Jours

[Photo: Roy Q/Yelp]

Artisan Bistro

[Photo: Artisan/Yelp]

Capital City Bakery

Molly Jade hits the comments to recommend Capital City. She says: " The brownies. The cheesecake. Everything."

Moonlight Bakery

Reader Mary hit the tipline to say that their apple streudel is "to die for." They also make custom cakes and many different kinds of kolaches.

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

[Photo: Lydia K/Yelp]

Bees Knees Bakery

[Photo: Marion V/Yelp]

Texas French Bread

This longtime Austin restaurant and bakery has recently expanded and remodeled its space. They're also getting serious about coffee, and continue to make artisan breads and pastries in house.

Easy Tiger

Drew Curren's combination beer garden and bakery on Dirty Sixth has proven to be a massive hit. They supply bread all over town and are even popping up at the farmer's market.

Mi Tradición

[Photo: JK/Yelp]

Texas Bakery

[Photo: Samuel L/Yelp]

Royers Pie Haven

This outpost of the beloved Round Top pie institution features lots of pie, of course, as well as other pie-based treats like pie muffins, as well as savory pies.