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Evanston bread maker Hewn is still taking pre-orders for its products.
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Where to Buy Fresh Bread for Takeout or Delivery in Chicago

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Evanston bread maker Hewn is still taking pre-orders for its products.
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Though Illinois’s stay-at-home order has forced many businesses to temporarily close, bakeries are considered essential and some remain open as usual. For Chicagoans who haven’t tried their hand at quarantine baking yet, fresh loaves of bread can still be enjoyed by purchasing from one of the following spots. Most are accepting pre-orders for pickup or will deliver to homes. Call or check social media accounts for up-to-date menus and info.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

The Evanston bakery — renowned for its breads — is accepting pre-orders for pickup. Options include whole wheat, cranberry walnut, and olive bread. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.

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North Shore Kosher Bakery

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Head to this West Rogers Park bakery for a host of kosher offerings. Guests can stock up on challah, bagels, whole wheat, pita, and pumpernickel breads.

Challah.
Folks can pick up Jewish breads on the North Side.
North Shore Kosher Bakery [Official Photo]

pHlour Bakery & Cafe

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Call and place a pickup order for multigrain, wheat, baguette, ciabatta, rye, roasted garlic, focaccia, and more from this Edgewater specialist. Phlour keeps things simple by only using water, flour, and salt in its recipes.

Lost Larson

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In Andersonville, Lost Larson continues to operate, albeit they’ve shifted they way the bakery cafe does business. Customers can call in the day before to order breads and pastries from pastry chef Bobby Schaffer (Grace). They’ve opened the front windows to create a makeshift pick-up space so customers don’t have to set foot inside. Just talk to a staffer who will grab your order and hand a bag over to customers standing on the sidewalk. Customers can also order delivery and takeout online. $75 minimum for delivery.

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Dave and Megan Miller’s beloved Lincoln Square bakery mills its own flour in house and has launched a “resilience bread route.” The shop will deliver a fluffy loaf of white bread to any residence within a three-mile radius. Folks can also utilize the walkup window and buy additional items like biscuits and avocado toast.

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La Boulangerie’s Logan Square and Ravenswood locations are taking orders for both pickup and delivery. The French bakeshop is making loaves of sourdough, multigrain, and baguette.

A baguette.
Take baguettes and French pastries home from La Boulangerie.
La Boulangerie [Official Photo]

Bittersweet Pastry Shop & Cafe

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This Lakeview café will bring bread straight to customers’ doors. Order artisan items like challah, sourdough, baguette, soda bread, and more for delivery or sidewalk pickup.

Sourdough bread.
Bittersweet Pastry’s at-home menu features many choices.
Bittersweet Pastry [Official Photo]

Bulldog Bakery

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Craving pretzels? This Avondale bakery offers them in a variety of flavors, ranging from cheddar and garlic to cinnamon. Order on Grubhub or take the German snacks to go.

A giant pretzel.
Pretzels are the star at Bulldog Bakery.
Bulldog Bakery [Official Photo]

La Fournette

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One of Chicago’s top French bakeries is still cranking out loaves to go. Grab some baguettes and more for the perfect accompaniment to any at-home meal.

Baguettes.
La Fournette churns out baguettes and other French delights.
La Fournette [Official Photo]

Stan's Donuts & Coffee

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The popular doughnut chain with 12 Chicagoland locations has added breads to the menu to help keep up with demand. Folks can enjoy baguettes ($3.50), hamburger buns ($4.80/half dozen), or dinner rolls ($6/dozen). They’re available for pickup or delivery.

Artemio Bakery

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This Mexican bakery with locations in Wicker Park and Rogers Park continues to offer torta rolls (pan telera), tres leches cakes, and a fun assortment of cookies. Just stop in; it’s still self serve.

Bread stacked on a tray.
Artemio is still open.
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Hendrickx Belgian Bread Crafter

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This charming shop specializes in a variety of Belgian baked goods. Customers can stop in or place an online delivery order for items like croissants, country bread, Breughel (rye, wheats, oats), and gluten-free bread.

A loaf of Belgian bread.
European-inspired breads are the specialty at this Gold Coast bakery.
Hendrickx Belgian Bread Crafter [Official Photo]

Aya Pastry

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Michelin-Starred pastry chef Aya Fukai recently opened a shop in West Town and is continuing to bake in spite of the shutdown. Get breads like olive ciabatta, focaccia, country sourdough, and milk bread for delivery or pickup.

Milk bread.
Enjoy Michelin-star-caliber breads from Aya Fukai at her new bakery.
Aya Pastry [Official Photo]

D'Amato's Bakery

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Chicago fixture D’Amato’s has been supplying crusty loaves of breads to businesses around the city for decades. The Italian bakery’s coal-burning oven won’t be taking a break during the pandemic and guests can swing by for focaccia, sourdough, baguettes, and more. Calling ahead is encouraged.

Loaves of bread.
The longstanding Italian bakery is keeping its doors open.
D’Amato’s Bakery [Official Photo]

Panaderia Nuevo Leon

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Though it’s not self-service like usual, Pilsen’s traditional Mexican bakery is open for business. Chicagoans are welcome to visit and purchase conchas, cemitas, pan de aqua, and more.

Bridgeport Bakery

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Irish soda bread, cinnamon cylinders, and more are available at Bridgeport Bakery.

Hewn

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The Evanston bakery — renowned for its breads — is accepting pre-orders for pickup. Options include whole wheat, cranberry walnut, and olive bread. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.

Julie Matthei/Hewn Bread

North Shore Kosher Bakery

Challah.
Folks can pick up Jewish breads on the North Side.
North Shore Kosher Bakery [Official Photo]

Head to this West Rogers Park bakery for a host of kosher offerings. Guests can stock up on challah, bagels, whole wheat, pita, and pumpernickel breads.

Challah.
Folks can pick up Jewish breads on the North Side.
North Shore Kosher Bakery [Official Photo]

pHlour Bakery & Cafe

Call and place a pickup order for multigrain, wheat, baguette, ciabatta, rye, roasted garlic, focaccia, and more from this Edgewater specialist. Phlour keeps things simple by only using water, flour, and salt in its recipes.

Lost Larson

In Andersonville, Lost Larson continues to operate, albeit they’ve shifted they way the bakery cafe does business. Customers can call in the day before to order breads and pastries from pastry chef Bobby Schaffer (Grace). They’ve opened the front windows to create a makeshift pick-up space so customers don’t have to set foot inside. Just talk to a staffer who will grab your order and hand a bag over to customers standing on the sidewalk. Customers can also order delivery and takeout online. $75 minimum for delivery.

Baker Miller

Dave and Megan Miller’s beloved Lincoln Square bakery mills its own flour in house and has launched a “resilience bread route.” The shop will deliver a fluffy loaf of white bread to any residence within a three-mile radius. Folks can also utilize the walkup window and buy additional items like biscuits and avocado toast.

La Boulangerie

A baguette.
Take baguettes and French pastries home from La Boulangerie.
La Boulangerie [Official Photo]

La Boulangerie’s Logan Square and Ravenswood locations are taking orders for both pickup and delivery. The French bakeshop is making loaves of sourdough, multigrain, and baguette.

A baguette.
Take baguettes and French pastries home from La Boulangerie.
La Boulangerie [Official Photo]

Bittersweet Pastry Shop & Cafe

Sourdough bread.
Bittersweet Pastry’s at-home menu features many choices.
Bittersweet Pastry [Official Photo]

This Lakeview café will bring bread straight to customers’ doors. Order artisan items like challah, sourdough, baguette, soda bread, and more for delivery or sidewalk pickup.

Sourdough bread.
Bittersweet Pastry’s at-home menu features many choices.
Bittersweet Pastry [Official Photo]

Bulldog Bakery

A giant pretzel.
Pretzels are the star at Bulldog Bakery.
Bulldog Bakery [Official Photo]

Craving pretzels? This Avondale bakery offers them in a variety of flavors, ranging from cheddar and garlic to cinnamon. Order on Grubhub or take the German snacks to go.

A giant pretzel.
Pretzels are the star at Bulldog Bakery.
Bulldog Bakery [Official Photo]

La Fournette

Baguettes.
La Fournette churns out baguettes and other French delights.
La Fournette [Official Photo]

One of Chicago’s top French bakeries is still cranking out loaves to go. Grab some baguettes and more for the perfect accompaniment to any at-home meal.

Baguettes.
La Fournette churns out baguettes and other French delights.
La Fournette [Official Photo]

Stan's Donuts & Coffee

The popular doughnut chain with 12 Chicagoland locations has added breads to the menu to help keep up with demand. Folks can enjoy baguettes ($3.50), hamburger buns ($4.80/half dozen), or dinner rolls ($6/dozen). They’re available for pickup or delivery.

Artemio Bakery

Bread stacked on a tray.
Artemio is still open.
Rick Majewski/Eater Chicago

This Mexican bakery with locations in Wicker Park and Rogers Park continues to offer torta rolls (pan telera), tres leches cakes, and a fun assortment of cookies. Just stop in; it’s still self serve.

Bread stacked on a tray.
Artemio is still open.
Rick Majewski/Eater Chicago

Hendrickx Belgian Bread Crafter

A loaf of Belgian bread.
European-inspired breads are the specialty at this Gold Coast bakery.
Hendrickx Belgian Bread Crafter [Official Photo]

This charming shop specializes in a variety of Belgian baked goods. Customers can stop in or place an online delivery order for items like croissants, country bread, Breughel (rye, wheats, oats), and gluten-free bread.

A loaf of Belgian bread.
European-inspired breads are the specialty at this Gold Coast bakery.
Hendrickx Belgian Bread Crafter [Official Photo]

Aya Pastry

Milk bread.
Enjoy Michelin-star-caliber breads from Aya Fukai at her new bakery.
Aya Pastry [Official Photo]

Michelin-Starred pastry chef Aya Fukai recently opened a shop in West Town and is continuing to bake in spite of the shutdown. Get breads like olive ciabatta, focaccia, country sourdough, and milk bread for delivery or pickup.

Milk bread.
Enjoy Michelin-star-caliber breads from Aya Fukai at her new bakery.
Aya Pastry [Official Photo]

D'Amato's Bakery

Loaves of bread.
The longstanding Italian bakery is keeping its doors open.
D’Amato’s Bakery [Official Photo]

Chicago fixture D’Amato’s has been supplying crusty loaves of breads to businesses around the city for decades. The Italian bakery’s coal-burning oven won’t be taking a break during the pandemic and guests can swing by for focaccia, sourdough, baguettes, and more. Calling ahead is encouraged.

Loaves of bread.
The longstanding Italian bakery is keeping its doors open.
D’Amato’s Bakery [Official Photo]

Panaderia Nuevo Leon

Though it’s not self-service like usual, Pilsen’s traditional Mexican bakery is open for business. Chicagoans are welcome to visit and purchase conchas, cemitas, pan de aqua, and more.

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Bridgeport Bakery

Irish soda bread, cinnamon cylinders, and more are available at Bridgeport Bakery.

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