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Where to Find Fresh Bread in Austin Right Now

Bring home loaves, tortillas, pitas, and rotis during the novel coronavirus pandemic

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Instead of making bread at home like everyone is currently doing right now during the novel coronavirus pandemic, why not opt to buy your own from Austin bakeries and restaurants? Local shops are still churning out fresh carbs at this for pickups and deliveries.

Eater Austin put together this handy guide directing readers to the best bread options currently available at city bakeries and restaurants, from whole loaves to biscuits to tortillas to pita to roti to challah.

As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead to make sure each bakery/restaurant is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models, as things are changing constantly. Be sure to wear a mask, tip well, and, if you’re ordering delivery, try to order directly from the bakeries/restaurants themselves.

For more general takeout options, scope out Eater Austin’s takeout and delivery package and the running guide, as well as the ongoing restaurants with pop-up markets list.

A number of Austin restaurants have resumed dine-in service. That level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the City of Austin website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Peace Bakery

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The Middle Eastern bakery and restaurant offers up an array of pitas, from white, wheat, to ones topped with zaatar, cheese, or meats. Pickup orders can be placed online and there are Gruhhub deliveries. It’s open for in-person shopping.

Mi Tradición

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Both locations of the Mexican bakery offer pan blanco and conchas through its website and via phone calls.

Easy Tiger Linc

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The bakery is selling all sorts of breads, from sourdough boule to baguettes to pan loaves, from its drive-thru at the Linc. Those who want to attempt to make their own breads can opt for its handy sourdough starter. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in service.

Upper Crust Bakery

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The Rosedale bakery is offering an assortment of breads, from challah to french to whole wheat. Orders are placed online for pickups.

Baguette et Chocolat

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The French-leaning Bee Cave cafe is selling all sorts of French bread for pickups and curbside pickups. On deck are sourdoughs, baguettes, and brioche, among others. Orders are placed online.

Texas French Bread

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The West Campus restaurant is offering bread and bakery bundles for pickups.

Olamaie

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The Southern restaurant is reopening as a takeout biscuit shop as of Thursday, July 9. Biscuits are available in orders of half-dozen or less, along with biscuit sandwiches and condiments. Orders are placed online for curbside and in-person pickups. For larger biscuit orders for pickups, there’s a separate site.

Nixta Taqueria

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For corn tortillas, the Central East Austin taco restaurant is offering ’em by the dozen for curbside pickups or delivery (the latter within a two-mile radius) through its web store. The restaurant has reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Swedish Hill

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The Clarksville bakery is selling all sorts of breads, from baguettes to rye loaves to ciabatta for curbside pickups placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room for dine-in service.

Julie Myrtille Bakery

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The East Austin French bakery is selling baguettes, brioche, and olive bread through its web store for pickups.

Salt & Time

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The East Austin restaurant and butcher shop added a whole grocery store component to its line, from which it sells its own breads, baguettes from Sour Duck, tortillas from El Milagro, and corn tortillas from Nixta. There’s in-person shopping and orders can be placed online for next-day pickups.

The Mexican restaurant is selling its corn tortillas in orders of 15 for pickups placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Joe’s Bakery & Coffee Shop

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Want more tortillas? The East Austin Mexican restaurant is selling its tortillas for home use via in-person curbside pickups.

ThoroughBread

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The South Austin bakery is open for pickup loaves including a variety of sourdoughs (white to olive). Keep in mind that cash isn’t being accepted currently. Orders can also be placed online.

Bombay Dhaba

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Stock up on roti from the South First Indian truck. There are plain options, but don’t miss out on the stuffed varieties, especially the jalapeno-cheese one. Pickup orders can be placed over the phone or in person. The outdoor dining table is available for dine-in service.

Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ

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The Manchaca barbecue and Tex-Mex truck is selling its flour tortillas in orders of one, six, and 12 contactless pickups placed online.

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Peace Bakery

The Middle Eastern bakery and restaurant offers up an array of pitas, from white, wheat, to ones topped with zaatar, cheese, or meats. Pickup orders can be placed online and there are Gruhhub deliveries. It’s open for in-person shopping.

Mi Tradición

Both locations of the Mexican bakery offer pan blanco and conchas through its website and via phone calls.

Easy Tiger Linc

The bakery is selling all sorts of breads, from sourdough boule to baguettes to pan loaves, from its drive-thru at the Linc. Those who want to attempt to make their own breads can opt for its handy sourdough starter. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in service.

Upper Crust Bakery

The Rosedale bakery is offering an assortment of breads, from challah to french to whole wheat. Orders are placed online for pickups.

Baguette et Chocolat

The French-leaning Bee Cave cafe is selling all sorts of French bread for pickups and curbside pickups. On deck are sourdoughs, baguettes, and brioche, among others. Orders are placed online.

Texas French Bread

The West Campus restaurant is offering bread and bakery bundles for pickups.

Olamaie

The Southern restaurant is reopening as a takeout biscuit shop as of Thursday, July 9. Biscuits are available in orders of half-dozen or less, along with biscuit sandwiches and condiments. Orders are placed online for curbside and in-person pickups. For larger biscuit orders for pickups, there’s a separate site.

Nixta Taqueria

For corn tortillas, the Central East Austin taco restaurant is offering ’em by the dozen for curbside pickups or delivery (the latter within a two-mile radius) through its web store. The restaurant has reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Swedish Hill

The Clarksville bakery is selling all sorts of breads, from baguettes to rye loaves to ciabatta for curbside pickups placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room for dine-in service.

Julie Myrtille Bakery

The East Austin French bakery is selling baguettes, brioche, and olive bread through its web store for pickups.

Salt & Time

The East Austin restaurant and butcher shop added a whole grocery store component to its line, from which it sells its own breads, baguettes from Sour Duck, tortillas from El Milagro, and corn tortillas from Nixta. There’s in-person shopping and orders can be placed online for next-day pickups.

Suerte

The Mexican restaurant is selling its corn tortillas in orders of 15 for pickups placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Joe’s Bakery & Coffee Shop

Want more tortillas? The East Austin Mexican restaurant is selling its tortillas for home use via in-person curbside pickups.

ThoroughBread

The South Austin bakery is open for pickup loaves including a variety of sourdoughs (white to olive). Keep in mind that cash isn’t being accepted currently. Orders can also be placed online.

Bombay Dhaba

Stock up on roti from the South First Indian truck. There are plain options, but don’t miss out on the stuffed varieties, especially the jalapeno-cheese one. Pickup orders can be placed over the phone or in person. The outdoor dining table is available for dine-in service.

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Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ

The Manchaca barbecue and Tex-Mex truck is selling its flour tortillas in orders of one, six, and 12 contactless pickups placed online.

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