Bugaboo's Bakery serves up a variety of fresh pastries all year round at Silverstar. BYOC for all of their soups, sandiwches, pastries, buns and cakes. Especially tastey are the pastries made from seasonal, local fruit!
Red Mountain Place Vernon, BC V1B 4A3
Kal Lake Store
This is a convenient little store to need all your needs. BYOC for most baked goods such as buns, brownies, date squares, streuzels and nanimo bars. They also offer savory, ready to go options such as samosas, cheese buns, spring rolls and more.
Ratio deserves a hi five for taking the initiative to compost all of their organic matter. They also use paper instead of plastic, serve compostable corn straws and highly encourage customer to BYOC for both meals and drinks. Check out their website for their delicious pastry features for each day of the week!
Bakery fresh bread and other goodies served up daily. Cob's baked goodies are unpackaged and they have a BYO container program, bring in your clean cotton reusable bag, tea towel, or container to package up your goods waste-free!
You won't come here for homemade bread but in case you're looking for homemade pizza crust plastic free, Little Italy has you covered. BYOC and the staff here will accomodate you. Stay tuned for their homemade focaccia soon to be available.
3105 35 Avenue Vernon, BC V1T 5N3
Triumph is more than just (locally roasted) coffee. They also offer delicous meals and baked goods which you are welcomed to BYOC to fill up on. Here you can also find compostable straws and containers if you forget your own!
3401-A 30th Avenue Vernon, BC V1T 2E3
Hot Bread Shoppe
Hot Bread Shoppe caters to everyones taste buds with their glutenous and gluten free bread, variety of buns, pastries, muffins, pies, biscotti, the list goes on! BYOC for all baked goods. Check out their Facebook page for almost daily updates on their freshly baked items!
Okanagan Bake House bakes fresh all day with organic ingredients, no preservatives, bleach, dough enhancers, or other synthetic additives. They support Canadian farmers buy using their wheat, spelt, rye and kamut. They serve all products in cardboard or paper but welcome you to BYOC.