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"One of my favorite discoveries is Brian Noyes, the owner of the Red Truck Bakery in Virginia, who has a deft hand with pastries and an unerring sense of flavor balance."– MARIAN BURROS, The New York Times
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Our Warrenton location will be closed for Labor Day (Monday, September 7th) and we're always closed on Sundays, so plan to grab a pie or three by Saturday. We hope to open our new Marshall location the week following Labor Day; follow us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute news.

We're proud as can be that our little rural bakery has been named one of "America's 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations" by Conde Nast Traveler magazine, and one of "America's 50 Best Bakeries" by the Daily Meal. We were also included in the list of "30 Places to Eat in Virginia Before You Die." And many thanks to readers of Virginia Living magazine who voted us Best Bakery, Best Locally-Owned Coffee House, Best Breakfast Place and Best Place for Sandwiches in ALL of northern Virginia.

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We’re a beloved rural bakery born in a farmhouse in Virginia’s Piedmont hunt country 50 miles west of Washington, D.C. After 25 years of art-directing national magazines, I followed my passion to open a bakery serving items that I like. We’re now three classically-trained bakers in a renovated 1921 Esso filling station in the heart of Old Town Warrenton. We’re receiving praise from The New York Times, Esquire, The Washington Post, Southern Living, Veranda, Washingtonian and Garden & Gun magazines for our unique items, including our double-chocolate moonshine cake (yep, good ol’ Virginny hooch from the next county). Many items can be shipped nationwide; click on "order online" above..

Visit us for breakfast pastries, sandwiches and soups using local produce, meats, eggs and dairy. In our pies and jams we use fresh seasonal fruit from nearby farms (never anything canned nor frozen). Enjoy our celebrated coffee at a communal table in our dining room; the table was made from a nearby barn set afire by General Philip Sheridan as he marched through the Shenandoah Valley. Parked outside is our namesake 1954 Ford F-100—I bought it from designer Tommy Hilfiger, who kept it on his farm. Come on in for a fill-up!
Brian Noyes, owner and baker-in-chief

 The New York Times, Esquire, Southern Living and Garden & Gun swoon over the Red Truck Bakery!   { READ ALL ABOUT IT }

Red Truck Bakery & Market | 22 Waterloo Street at the Courthouse | Warrenton, Virginia 20186 | 540-347-2224 |
HOURS:  We're open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 5:00 pm; Saturdays 7:00 am to 4:00 pm; we're closed on Sundays.  We ship nationwide!