Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Red Truck Bakery

Old Town Warrenton has always been known as a quaint, historical area in Warrenton. However I always thought that it was definitely missing one important shop that every cute town should have and that is a bakery. Thankfully a few years ago, a man by the name of Brian Noyes came to Warrenton and opened up his own bakery in an old 1921 Esso filling station. He and two other very skilled bakers helped put Warrenton on the map by creating delicious, made from scratch baked goods and sandwiches.
Red Truck Bakery has some of the most amazing breakfast pastries, sandwiches and soups. They pride themselves on using only local produce, meats, eggs and dairy. Nothing is ever canned or frozen. There are very few people that live in Warrenton that have not been to the famous Red Truck Bakery. It has been written about in some of the most prestigious magazines and journals such as The New York Times, Esquire, Southern Living, Veranda, Washingtonian and Garden & Gun.
If you are in the Old Town Warrenton area and looking for a truly delicious treat, be sure to stop by the Red Truck Bakery. The classic 1954 Ford F-100 red truck is parked right outside the bakery so you can’t miss it!

Molly Miller
Sales Coordinator

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