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Bakeries in Fredericksburg, TX
1.Sophie's Bakery, Inc.
110 Prairie View Trl
218 E Main St
3.Manna Mills Bakery & Speciality Foods
112 N Crockett St
4.Twisted Sister Bakeshop
111 S Washington St
5.Llano St Bakery & Deli
106 S Columbus St
6.Walmart - Bakery
1435 E Main St
103 S Llano St
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Cool Italian vibe and great food. Make a reservation if possible. We arrived at 8 on Friday night and it was slammed with people. Very nice wait staff.
8.Fredericksburg Pie Co
108 E Austin St
I love this place and the owners are great!!!
9.Old German Bakery & Restaurant
225 W Main St
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915 E Main St
Great Donuts super service. Best Donuts for 100 miles. Melt in your mouth donut holes light and fluffy.
11.Hill Country Donuts & Kolaches
605 E Main St
Although the food is very good, the owner is very RUDE! I walked in and asked for 3 apple fritters, 3 old fashions, a breakfast taco, and a kolache. He proceeded to put all those items into a small bag. When the bag wouldn't close, I asked him if he would put them in a box and he snapped..."You should have told me to do that in the first place." My reply was, "You should have known that a bag wasn't going to work with all those items and you should have put it all in a box in the first place." He then says, "can I explain why I said that?" He proceeds to tell me that the bag costs less than the box and "we don't make the boxes, we have to pay for them". So his point was he was trying to save himself a "dime" at the expensive of my comfort. But interestingly enough, a man in a business suit walked in after me and order two items and was given a box! And he gave away free breakfast items to people he knew. Again, although the food was good, beware of the owner, he treats tourists badly. If you go in, don't deal with him. I'm giving this place 3 stars because of the owner.
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Extreme Deliciousness!! The adults were fighting off the kids for the last crumbs of the brownie crisps!! The Coconut Itty Bittys didn't last long either...can't wait to get more!!
14.Mrs Baird's Bakeries Inc
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On October 4, 2007 Dr. Lynne Baker removed all four wisdom teeth. My top right tooth was still impacted, so they had a difficult time extracting it. I had a blood clot and was unable to open my mouth for around two weeks after the procedure. I had a follow up with Dr. Lynne Baker where she indicated I was perfectly fine and refused anymore follow ups. I continued to go to my regular dentist(s), Dr. Greg and Eric Johnson with Gage Dental Group, with the complaint and they stated I was perfectly fine (without taking x-rays). Around two years later I started having pains similar to those with cavities. I went in to Dr. Greg and Eric Johnson’s office repeatedly and they never once took an x-ray. Instead, they insisted in filing the tooth down. Again, I continued going back with the same complaint until I decided enough was enough and tried a new dentist. Dr. John Stringer took x-rays right off the back and found three cavities. Fast forward a year and I decided to get braces to not only help with my bite, but to correct the clinching issues I thought I was experiencing. Hamilton and Wilson Orthodontics stated this will not only improve my bite, but the clinching will cease to exist. In November 2012, my jaw locked up on me and the severe pinching pain in my ear has progressively worsened. I was unable to open my jaw and was on a strict liquid diet. The orthodontist sent me muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatory saying this will not cure it but it will mask the pain. He also gave me a mouth guard, kind of counter intuitive since I could not open my mouth. This pain is in the same spot as the wisdom teeth problem and I believe as many others do, something is not right.
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