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Village Bakery

108 East Oak St., West, TX - (254) 826-5151
The Village Bakery is just about the best place in central Texas to eat the locally-favored, Czech-ancestored pastry known as a kolache.
100% Approval Rating (3 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Kolache
Cinnamon Roll

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (4)
Roadfood.com Editor
"If you’ve eaten around the heart of Texas – or were raised by a Czech baker – you likely know about kolaches, the uber-Danish that was brought to the Lone Star State by central European immigrants and is now THE popular morning pastry. We’ve yet to have a really bad ..."   [Read More]

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108 East Oak St., West, TX
(254) 826-5151

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
A selection of kolaches from the Village bakery. The front-row is a trio of klobasniki, which are filled with savory sausage rather than sweet preserves.
"A selection of kolaches from the Village bakery. The front-row is a trio of klobasniki, which are filled with savory sausage rather than sweet preserves."
Michael Stern





An elegant alternative to the kolache, Village Bakery's light, fresh cinnamon roll is especially good with coffee.
"An elegant alternative to the kolache, Village Bakery's light, fresh cinnamon roll is especially good with coffee."
Michael Stern


Experienced Roadfooders recognize this sight as a sure sign of a worthy place to eat: the big communal table where townsfolk gather in the morning to have coffee and share news and gossip and, in this case, to eat dozens of kolaches.
"Experienced Roadfooders recognize this sight as a sure sign of a worthy place to eat: the big communal table where townsfolk gather in the morning to have coffee and share news and gossip and, in this case, to eat dozens of kolaches."
Michael Stern


For over half a century, the Village Bakery has been supplying the people of West, Texas, with good breads, pies, and kolaches. For anyone traveling along I-35 north of Waco, it's an easy-access culinary landmark.
"For over half a century, the Village Bakery has been supplying the people of West, Texas, with good breads, pies, and kolaches. For anyone traveling along I-35 north of Waco, it's an easy-access culinary landmark."
Michael Stern



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