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Terrific Moravian Cookies and Love Buns in Old Moravian Building

This bakery has bream, cookies, love buns, and some pastries breads, e.g., stollen. The atmosphere... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2017
Houston, Texas
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Wonderful Bakery

This bakery is part of Old Salem which is an original Moravain settlement located near... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2016
Danny A
Asheboro, North Carolina
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19 Nov 2017
“Terrific Moravian Cookies and Love Buns in Old Moravian Building”
25 Aug 2017
“Interesting costumes and set up.”
In 1799, the church elders chose Thomas Butner to be the town’s new baker. Brother Butner hired Gottlob Krause to build a bakery with a living area for his family. Unfortunately, Brother Butner seemed to prefer farming and shoemaking to baking so...more
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521 S Main St, Winston Salem, NC 27101-5327
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Reviewed 19 November 2017 via mobile

This bakery has bream, cookies, love buns, and some pastries breads, e.g., stollen. The atmosphere is authentic and quaint Moravian. Upstairs serves coffee, tea, and brownies. It is nestled in Old Salem, but you do not need a separate entrance fee or ticket to go...More

2  Thank jswflights
Reviewed 25 August 2017

Interesting costumes and set up.is it really smells like a bakery it would've been nice if there was some samples so you could buy something. Just wasn't the most appealing bakery in town.

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Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

This bakery is part of Old Salem which is an original Moravain settlement located near Winston-Salem, NC. It was the original bakery of the town. The ovens usef are all original and so are the recipies. I recommend the Sugar Cake Bakery closes at 5...More

Thank Danny A
Reviewed 7 March 2016

I love cakes and sweet bread. This place was great. Going back this week for more but with family this time.

Thank Derek A
Reviewed 30 September 2015

They only way I would give it average rating. It has a good supply of cookies and other treats. The bakery is small and hard to move. When it fills up quickly. They Moravin cookies and other food. The employees are curt. And the prices...More

Thank sophiedog6123
Reviewed 21 July 2015 via mobile

Baker's dressed in period clothing follow the original recipes to make breads, cinnamon rolls, delicious pond cake and the famous Moravian Sugar Cake. Other Moravian products, such as the cookies, are also available in the bakery. Must stop in.

Thank Judy S
Reviewed 21 December 2014

A fun way to get a little history and some cookies at the same time. Great little hole in the wall that is well worth the visit.

Thank Starminder
Reviewed 9 August 2014 via mobile

Amazing sugar cookies. I can't stop eating them!! Small and crowded at times, but great food! The rum cake thing was amazing too!

1  Thank Grace I
Reviewed 20 September 2013

On the way to Myrtle Beach, we decided to stop by and check out Old Salem, a Moravian village in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. One of the village businesses we loved was Winkler Bakery. Using traditional Moravian recipes, they have created the most scrumptious confections. Breads,...More

3  Thank Vicki R
Reviewed 18 May 2013

We ate lunch here before meeting our tour at the Horton Museum. Purchased 5 loaves of Sugar Cake, which is awesome and had turkey sandwich and bean and bacon soup is the best.

1  Thank infogrlSevierville
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