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Upper Crust Bakery

4508 Burnet Rd., Austin, 78756, 512/467-0102
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 6:30am-6pm; Sat., 7am-5pm; Sun., 7am-1pm
The atmosphere here is punctuated by newspapers laying around wooden tables, as well as by mothers and little girls enjoying a mid-morning snack. Cinnamon-roll aficionados should try Upper Crust's version, a refined taste treat that refuses to overwhelm the cinnamon with stickiness. Stop by at lunchtime for soups, salads, and sandwiches, and maybe bring a cake back to the office.
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