Except for our Havana fruitcake (soaking nicely in rum), we've stopped taking orders for shipping before Christmas—we're a small bakery making everything by hand and prize quality over quantity, and we hit the limit on what we can bake and ship for the holidays. Any orders placed will ship after the New Year. Visit our two Virginia Piedmont locations: Our new larger Marshall store, just off of I-66 at exits 27 or 28 and 45 minutes outside of the Beltway, is open seven days a week. Our smaller Warrenton store is open every day but Sunday. Any weather-related closings will be posted on our Facebook page. Store directions and hours are here.
We’re a rural bakery born in a farmhouse in the Virginia Piedmont hunt country 50 miles west of Washington, D.C., and we’re named after the truck we bought from fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. We ship thousands of items nationwide each year: Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine says we’re one of their favorite food sites, Travel + Leisure says we’re one of the best small-town bakeries in America and Condé Nast Traveler named us one of “America’s 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations.” Even President Obama has saluted our bakery's story and our pies. Our favorite accolades are from our customers—come see for yourself. Did we mention our moonshine cakes with hooch from the next county?
When you order online for shipping Red Truck baked goods nationwide, you'll be redirected to FoodyDirect which handles the processing of our orders (rest assured that everything is baked—and shipped—by us right here in Marshall, Virginia). If you have any problems ordering, please contact FoodyDirect at 1-855-750-3663 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Shenandoah apple cakes with maple glaze are back for the fall and winter. We’ll be baking and shipping these from September through December. Our Meyer lemon cakes will return January through August.
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The President salutes our bakery, our story—and our pie!
"I like pie. That’s not a state secret. I like comeback stories, too. So in celebration of Pi Day, I wanted to share a great letter about both.
Several years ago, a Virginia man named Brian Noyes chased a dream to start his own rural bakery. Just as that dream was getting off the ground, the Great Recession nearly robbed him of everything. He wrote that it would have been easier to close down and walk away, but too many people depended on him for that. His workers. His suppliers. Local farmers. His community.
In his letter, Brian wrote, “…They were part of our extended family also going through a bad time and I couldn’t let them down.”
So he stuck with it, even when others walked away. And with hard work, eighteen-hour days, and an economy on the rebound, business bounced back. Brian grew his staff ten times over. He opened a new headquarters. And, most importantly: I can confirm that Red Truck Bakery makes some darn good pie.
Brian is exactly the kind of American I was talking about at the end of my State of the Union Address. Hard-working. Optimistic. Someone who doesn’t seek attention, because he’s busy doing the work this country needs doing – all with a stubborn and quintessentially American refusal to let others down. Way to go, Brian. And thanks for the pie!" —PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, MARCH 2016
“Red Truck Bakery’s new store in Marshall is worth an excursion. This newer sibling of the Warrenton shop is a hub of activity, offering everything from apple pies and cupcakes to flatbreads and brownies. We recommend fillng up with a bowl of soup, served with housemade bread, and a slice of the bakery’s famous moonshine cake.”
“Red Truck Bakery is one of our ‘Old Favorites—Ten Timeless Southern Shops.’ The cakes are all fantastic and they're all made with love at this rural Virginia landmark.”
We ship many items, including these favorites. See the complete list on our "shop online" page.
Intense and gluten-free!
“Best in North America”
with local Virginny hooch
Our new main location
8366 W. Main St., Marshall Va
PO Box 40, Marshall VA 20116
Our smaller cafe
22 Waterloo Street
Warrenton VA 20186