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Taste and See the History


Tennessee's Historic Bakery & Cafe since 1902

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Taste and See the History


Tennessee's Historic Bakery & Cafe since 1902

 

GREAT FOR PAIRING

The Baggenstoss family opened up the Dutch Maid Bakery in 1902, making it Tennesse's oldest family-owned bakery. Located just 10 minutes from Interstate 24 in downtown Tracy City, step back in time by visiting the Dutch Maid while exploring the South Cumberland Plateau and its stunning parks.

 
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You're Family


 

From the moment you set foot in our bakery or café, you're one of the family.


What's on the Café Menu

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You're Family


 

From the moment you set foot in our bakery or café, you're one of the family.


What's on the Café Menu

Everything by hand.

Whether it's the hand-selected vegetables in the café or sandwiches created just for you, everything made and served in the Dutch Maid Bakery is done from scratch and by hand. We want the quality of our ingredients to enhance our food and your experience.

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The Kitchen


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The Kitchen


Cindy Day

EXECUTIVE CHEF AND BAKER

Cindy Day has over 30 years of experience in delis, bakeries, and catering. This means that Cindy knows how to make a tasty meal and a tasty cake. 

Cindy got her start in the restaurant business when she owned and ran the Chatterbox Café in Plant City, Florida. After seeing that historic Dutch Maid Bakery was for sale while visiting, she decided to take her expertise to Tracy City.

She, her husband, mother, and four children have all contributed to the Dutch Maid Bakery over the years, maintaining the Dutch Maid as a must-see destination for visitors to Tennessee.