1 Annette's Mountain Bake Shop
Annette's Mountain Bake Shop may be tucked into an unassuming storefront on the Hyman Avenue mall, but the aroma of fresh bread and cookies can be detected down the block. Here, Italian proprietor Annette Docimo bakes an array of fresh goods every day, serving up secret sandwich specials and scrumptious cookies for dessert.
420 E. Hyman Ave. Aspen, Co 81611
2 Main Street Bakery
This corner bakery on Main Street is every bit as quaint as it sounds. Fresh donuts, piping coffee and even a community table to accommodate single eaters greet people upon entering. But, if you're in the market for baked goods make sure to stop by in the morning, as it's only open until early afternoon.
3 Franck Thirion French Pastry & Cafe
Croissants, quiche and cookies are just some of the must-order items on Franck Thirion's menu. In fact, the restaurant was so popular at its Aspen Airport Business Center location that the owners opened up a second location in downtown Aspen. Now, customers can get their favorite panini at two different spots in the upper Roaring Fork Valley.
4 Louis Swiss Bakery
Up and down the valley, Louis Swiss famous scones and pastries are found in coffee shops and even at the weekend farmers' markets. From chocolate-filled croissants to savory biscuits, Louis Swiss has nailed the art of a baked good and the Aspen area has caught on.
5 Paradise Bakery
In the morning, stop by for from-the-oven muffins like zucchini nut and pumpkin. For lunch, hot soup and croissants delight, and after dinner, return for a soft and chewy cookie, all made fresh daily in Paradise Bakery.
320 S Galena St Aspen, CO 81611