Best Bakeries in the Dripping Springs Area

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Best Bakeries in Dripping Springs

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Best Bakeries in Dripping Springs – Where to pick up baked goods!

Every day is a good day for cookies, pies, cakes, pastries, scones, and other baked goods. With that in mind, here is Destination Dripping Springs’ guide to the best bakeries in our community!

This means classic cupcakes from Cakes ROCK, flaky pastries made with heritage flours from Abby Jane Bakeshop, vegan and gluten-free sweets from Skull & Cakebones, French delights from Le Vacher, sticky cinnamon rolls from Rolling in Thyme & Dough, and much more.


Abby Jane Bakeshop is the newest addition to Dripping Springs culinary scene. Located off of Fitzhugh Road near Treaty Oak Distilling, the bakery is housed in the same facility as Barton Springs Mill, which mills organically-grown and stone-milled flours and grains. The menu includes a selection of freshly baked items, from pastries and cookies to loaves of bread, jam-stuffed scones, and a housemade creation -- the “Queen P,” which is similar to a kouign amann, but filled with a sweet pecan paste and topped with nutty caramel.

Abby Jane Bakeshop’s delicious breads and pastries are made from heritage grains mostly grown in Texas, helmed by baker and pastry Chef Abby Love. Love is a 12-year industry veteran who has previously served time at Austin restaurants, including Dai Due, Qui, and Vespaio.

Items are available for outdoor dining or to-go orders placed in person or online.


Rolling in Thyme and Dough is a Dripping Springs breakfast institution. Owner Fabienne Bollom, a professionally trained European baker, has created an incredibly popular bakery & café that crafts fresh breakfast items like pastries, assorted baked goods including cinnamon rolls, savory and sweet scones, and delicious and luscious cakes and cupcakes. On the cake menu, you'll find a rich and dense German chocolate cake, a sweet, lightly spiced carrot cake, a light and tender lemon layer cake that is gluten-free, and many more delicious items.

Visit their second location at RR12 and Fitzhugh for dine-in and curbside pickup.


Pie-é-tea is the coffee, tea, and pastry arm of the famous and very popular Pieous Pizza. The shop serves locally roasted coffee, tea, smoothies, and various pastries, including croissants, morning buns, pain au chocolat, and cinnamon pecan rolls, freshly made with sourdough each morning. A crowd favorite is the caramel roll with light and buttery layers with a decadently rich, caramel and pecan topping. Pie-é-tea also offers hot chocolate, fruit drinks, and smoothies. Order online with curbside pickup only.


Located in the heart of downtown Dripping Springs, Mazama is a relaxed, sit-down, or take-out coffee shop. Mazama roasts, bakes, and brews in-house daily, offering a variety of quality coffee and tea beverages, plus baked goods like muffins, croissants, and seasonal favorites like strawberry cream scones and pumpkin spice bread. Mazama’s baked goods and their ever-popular goat sugar cookie are all made in-house each morning. Outdoor dining, curbside pickup, and take-out.

Skull & Cakebones

Skull & Cakebones specializes in all-natural products that are vegan, non-GMO, and incorporate local flavors. The bakery only uses the finest ingredients and sources as much as they can locally. Their menu rotates seasonally and often based on what local farmers and artisans can provide. On the menu, you’ll find gooey cinnamon rolls, toaster pastries, scones, croissants, and cookies as well as a wide selection of savory offerings.

The dining room is currently closed but the bakery is open for curbside pickup and delivery.

Tillie's at Camp Lucy

Enjoy a delicious brunch at the gorgeous Tillie's restaurant located on the grounds of Camp Lucy. Tillie's restaurant, which was built from a reclaimed 19th-century Vietnamese town hall with towering ironwood rafters that had been transported to central Texas. With 289 acres of luscious outdoor space to explore and an award-winning restaurant, Tillie's Restaurant & Bar, plan your perfect Texas Hill Country getaway at Camp Lucy. Stepping into the restaurant, you'll be blown away by the gorgeous interior and the attention to detail. On the brunch menu, you'll find hashes, a short stack of pancakes with Vermont maple syrup, whipped butter, and fried chicken and waffles with jalapeno jam, maple syrup. Plus, their brunch cocktail menu features classics like mimosas and bloody marys.
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