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Try this: Nashville’s Summer Roll Out Bakery Crawl

Nashville cafes and bakeries are rolling out special treats just in time for summer, available through Saturday, June 15.

A peach Danish placed on a small white plate on top of a food menu.

Pair Frothy Monkey’s peach Danish with one of the coffee shop’s seasonal drinks. | Photo via Frothy Monkey

Over 10 Nashville bakeries and cafes are rising together for the 2024 Summer Roll Out Bakery Crawl. The crawl, organized by Baked on 8th, features specialty baked goods at the following spots through Saturday, June 15.

Plus, visit The Cupcake Collection and D’Andrews Bakery & Cafe for special offerings.

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