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Red Fox Bakery

Categories: Dining Guide Downtown Restaurants and Food

Location: Historic District

328 NE Evans St
McMinnville, OR 97128
503-434-5098

Our flour comes only from Washington and Oregon, our berries are picked at Draper Farms, Stephens Farm, and Munoz Farms, our butter is made a mile away at Farmer's Cooperative Creamery. We use vegetables and greens from Oakhill Organics in Grand Island, and peaches and nectarines from Baird Family Orchards. We grow most of our own herbs, and make many of our jams in house.

With these local and fresh ingredients, we proudly offer our satisfying sandwiches, fresh salads, holiday and daily breads, pastries and coconut macaroons.

Enjoy conversation paired with our daily bread selections, sandwiches, soups and salads seven days a week.

As McMinnville's first independent artisan bakery in the heart of downtown, we feature true handcrafted breads and pastries.

Red Fox Bakery

Categories: Dining Guide Downtown Restaurants and Food

Location:

328 NE Evans Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
503-434-5098

As McMinnville's first independent artisan bakery in the heart of downtown, we feature true handcrafted breads and pastries. Our flour comes only from Washington and Oregon, our berries are picked at Draper Farms, Stephens Farm, and Munoz Farms, our butter is made a mile away at Farmer's Cooperative Creamery. We use vegetables and greens from Oakhill Organics in Grand Island, and peaches and nectarines from Baird Family Orchards. We grow most of our own herbs, and make many of our jams in house.

 

 

As McMinnville's first independent artisan bakery in the heart of downtown, we feature true handcrafted breads and pastries. Our flour comes only from Washington and Oregon, our berries are picked at Draper Farms, Stephens Farm, and Munoz Farms, our butter is made a mile away at Farmer's Cooperative Creamery. We use vegetables and greens from Oakhill Organics in Grand Island, and peaches and nectarines from Baird Family Orchards. We grow most of our own herbs, and make many of our jams in house.

 

 
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