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- 70%Family Travelers
- 54%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
Member Reviews (32)
- Bouchon BakeryMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Jul 20, 2013
TKO's, macarons, chocolate cherry cookies. I'm in heaven. The macarons here are delightful--never too dry which many other bakeries can't boast. Coffee is delicious too. If you're in Yountville and looking for a great lunch, skip the Bouchon restaurant next door and go to Bouchon Bakery.Recommended for:Foodies
- Bouchon BakeryMember ofFoodiesApr 04, 2013
Honest truth, every time I make a stop here (which is several) I never just leave with one item. MACAROONS galore, and they offer seasonal flavors like coconut, passion fruit, pb&j and my favorite blueberry! Even if you don't care for macaroons, the oatmeal cookie or peanut butter cream cookie will win you over!
- Bouchon BakeryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Jan 04, 2013
The best French macarons you will ever have in your life. I swear. Yes, they have other pastries and baked goods too but the macarons just really stand out to me.
The bakery is separate from the restaurant and opens really early at 7am. They have croissants and danishes along with sweets like cookies and eclairs. I had the hazelnut and raspberry croissant and it was quite good. The best part though is their macarons.
I tried the vanilla, hazelnut, and pistachio. All three were amazingly delicious but my favorite had to be vanilla. It tasted like pure vanilla bean and not too sweet. Their macarons are very large in size compared to other places yet it's cooked perfectly throughout. If you ever get a chance to visit, you must try their macarons!
They also have many packaged items you can purchase for gifts. They even have foie gras flavored biscuits for your dog.
- Bouchon BakeryOct 20, 2012
Those are huge! No wonder it's three, yes THREE dollars for one macaron. Bouchon specializes in these macarons aka French cookies that are crispy and chewy with a creamy flavor of your desire in the middle. I went with the Hazel Nut (which kind of tasted like peanut butter) and the espresso (nom nom for some coffee flavor). I loveeed them both but I'm not sure if $3 for one big macaron was worth it, since I'd rather pay $3 for a bunch of different mini flavors instead of just one big one.
Overall, quaint cute bakery with huge, yummy macarons!
- Bouchon BakeryMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 2Sep 29, 2012
A sweet (literally!) way to end your wine tour. The line is lengthy, but you won't notice it when you're tipsy (which I'm guessing a number of patrons are). You'll probably see a lot of the same people you observed at nearby wineries; it's a popular end-of-day stopover. This is such a girly thing to say, but...the desserts are pretty!
- Bouchon BakeryJul 04, 2012
Great little bakery in the heart of Yountville that is an offshoot of the Bouchon restaurant next door. People line up in the morning for the coffee and pastries, or to buy bread for later in the day.
All of the stuff here is fantastic, and the little chocolate bouchons are a local favorite.