Saratoga Springs may be a destination for wellness-minded individuals, but we fully believe that the mantra "treat yo self" is a part of any well-balanced life. We love to enjoy a sweet treat from some of Saratoga Springs' best bakeries when we're out exploring this hip little city. Next time you're on a lark to our boutique Saratoga Springs hotel The Downtowner, stop into one of the best bakeries in Saratoga Springs for a coffee and a pastry—or perhaps a freshly baked baguette for an in-room happy hour, overlooking Broadway. With the best bakeries in Saratoga Springs, you'll have your pick of scrumptious treats.
Mrs. London's Bakery | 464 Broadway, Saratoga Springs | (518) 581-8100
Serving traditional French baked goods for over twenty years, this Saratoga Springs bakery has earned its reputation as one of the best bakeries in Saratoga. With an ornately decorated interior and cases of breads, pastry, and other desserts, you'll have a hard time narrowing down your order here. We recommend any of the flaky croissants, delicate macarons, and the hot chocolate. But really, you won't go wrong satisfying your sweet tooth at the famed Mrs. London's.
The Bread Basket Bakery | 65 Spring St, Saratoga Springs | (518) 587-4233
As you might guess from the name, this bakery makes its own bread for its breakfast and lunch menus. But there's also a great selection of desserts and other sweet treats, from oatmeal raisin cookies and chocolate peanut butter cupcakes to walnut sticky buns and blueberry scones. Enjoy your treat on the patio of this adorable storybook bakery, where there's plenty of seating.
Sweet Mimi's Café & Bakery | 47 Phila St, Saratoga Springs | (518) 871-1780
Mimi's is also a great bakery in Saratoga Springs for breakfast and lunch and makes a great coffee for an afternoon pick-me-up. Snag one of owner Jeannette Liebers' signature oversized chocolate chip cookies for dessert. Mimi's is a popular brunch spot with visitors and college students, so if you're in on the weekends, be prepared to wait for a table. Fortunately, you can snag something from the pastry case to tide you over.