What can I say about the Red Truck Rural Bakery but Yummy!
We were out for a Sunday drive, when we came upon it in rural Marshall, VA. The bakery/market is filled with a delicious assortment of pastries, donuts, pies, cakes, boozie cakes, cookies, coffee and sandwiches.
This was our first visit to the bakery, but we loved what we saw and will be back again. We talked to Victoria, one of the nice customers there, who comes often and today was having an egg salad sandwich.
More on the Red Truck Rural Bakery
According to their online site, Brian Noyes is the owner and baker-in chief. It all began back in 2009, when the Red Truck Bakery opened in a former 1921 Esso Filling Station and Brian parked a red 1954 Ford F100 truck out front. There is a second bakery location in Warrenton.
The bakery has a bunch of great online reviews including ones by President Obama and others.
The store also ships baked goods. Some of their favorites right now are Honeysuckle and Sweet Tea Cake, Meyer Lemon Cake, and Gluten-Free Almond Cake made with Local Amaretto.
The coffee station is on top of a vintage piece of farmhouse-red furniture covered with glass.
Of course, the store sells cookies in the shape of a vintage truck topped with red icing. They also have t-shirts with cute wording on them. Best of all, is the sale of two cookbooks on the bakery and their baked goods.
Red Truck cookies, pies, and other merchandise.
Since we came around lunchtime, the display case had already sold a lot of baked goods.
So, what did we have today? We had packed a lunch, but ordered two blueberry muffins for dessert.
Those blueberry muffins were probably the best ones I ever ate! Full of fresh blueberries, fresh lemon and buttery goodness.
So, yummy is the word of the day for this bakery. And next, time, we will have lunch there.
Rolling Pin Decoration on Back Wall in Red Truck Bakery.
A Special Thank You to Tracy, the Sales Associate, for allowing me to take photographs in the bakery and to blog about our experience.