French Bakeries in Dallas, Texas

In Texas, French culture and gastronomy are alive and well. Here are some favorite local bakeries in The Dallas Metroplex area aka Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex (DFW) North Texas. which is comprised of 13 counties, a dozen cities, and suburbs home to just over 7 million people.  With over 9,200 square miles  DFW is the largest inland metropolitan area in the United States. There’s a lot of French Bakeries to discover!

There are so many places to indulge and savor our favorite French treats such as croissants, pains au chocolat, beignets, Napoléon,  Mille-feuilles, Tarte aux fruits, macarons, viennoiseries, French-style cakes, as well as other French holiday traditional cakes such as Bûche de Noel or Galette des Rois the traditional French King cake. Here are a few favorites and best French bakeries in DFW  and the list will grow – Most of these bakeries have more than one location in North Texas so check out  their websites for the one closest to you:

French Bakeries in North Texas – DFW area in ABC order: 

Tartelettes aux fraises et mini bombe au chocolat at Main Street Bakery

Tartelette aux fruits at La Madeleine

Les Croissants

Village Baking Co. Boulangerie 

Pain au chocolat

Mille- Feuille


“La Bombe au Chocolat” at Main Street Bakery

Les macarons

and Baguettes etc…

The question is:  which French Bakeries in the Dallas Metroplex area are the most authentic patisseries? Please do share your favorite bakery in the comments below. Merci!

In Los Angeles, check out my Top 10 Favorite French Bakeries.

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