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Dutch Maid Bakery & Cafe

11 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4

Tips from locals

Bill
Bill
November 30, 2019
classic country kitchen and bakery. whiskey cake anyone?
Rick
Rick
September 30, 2018
It's one of the coolest (and oldest) businesses in Tracy City. You gotta go there !
Andy
Andy
September 27, 2018
Everything made and served in the Dutch Maid Bakery is done from scratch and by hand. This bakery has been family owned and operated since 1902.
Kacie
Kacie
June 7, 2018
Oldest Family Owned Bakery in Tennessee! Locally owned and world renowned for their Moonshine Cakes, although my favorite go-to are the Ginger Snap Cookies.
Jayne
Jayne
April 19, 2018
Worth the stop when up on the Cumberland Plateau ... takes you back in time!

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Location
109 Main St
Tracy City, TN 37387
Phone(931) 592-3171
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Monday 7:00 AM