Produce and baked goods delivery across the Vegas Valley

Chef Flemming’s Bakeshop on Water Street in Henderson sells a variety of pastries and cookies and offers curbside pickup.
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Las Vegas is into Phase 1 of its reopening, but if you’re still not feeling great about being out in public and grocery shopping, there are plenty of local establishments offering delivery and curbside pickup for fresh produce and baked goods. It just got easier to eat healthy while supporting local.


Cured and Whey This gourmet cheese shop has offered curated cheese, vegetable and fruit boxes throughout the lockdown, including a $25 vegetable box, a $21 fruit box, $30 soft cheese boxes and more. Each veggie box comes with two avocados, one cucumber, two extra large carrots, one pound of broccoli crowns, one bunch of celery, two bags of chopped romaine, 10 Idaho potatoes and five tomatoes. cubside.vegas

Intuitive Forager The produce is from California, but the Intuitive Forager recently partnered with Las Vegas restaurant Honey Salt on two special curated boxes for $75 and $125, the latter featuring fresh vegetables, berries, bread, local honey, vegan cheese and seasonal flowers. Also on offer are Intuitive Forager’s original organic farm boxes, loaded with fresh fruits and veggies at $45 and $75, plus an extra $10 for shipping. intuitiveforager.shopsettings.com

Santura Baking Keturah Long-Weber’s local bakery has fresh ciabatta, sweet rolls, jalapeno-cheddar bread, sourdough rounds and even sourdough starters so you can get your bake on at home. Even better, the deliver straight to your door. If happiness is the smell of freshly baked bread, you’re about to be really, really happy. santura-llc.square.site

La Belle Terre Bread The newly renovated bakery features delectable European breads and treats, as well as fresh, buttery croissants, crusty French baguettes, crepes, sandwiches and more, all available for delivery. They have coffee, too, so you can skip your Starbucks run and support local instead. lbtbakery.com


Great Buns Bakery This local bakery has been making bread since 1982, and it's still committed to serving up great buns, even in a pandemic. From 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, the bakery is open for business, catering to all of your fresh, artisan bread needs, with only 10 people allowed in the store at a time. greatbunsbakery.net

Chef Flemming's Bakeshop This Danish bakery has been open since 2008, churning out customized cakes, breads, pastries, European treats like kringles and a lot more. How about a Danish log or lemon frangipane tart? It has that, too. Flemming's is open for curbside pickup Tuesday through Thursday, and the shop is open Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Call 702-566-6500 to place your order. chefflemmingsbakeshop.com

Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC This Vegas market stocks herbs, organic produce, farm fresh eggs and more from local vendors and is currently operating as a drive-thru at multiple locations throughout the week. Check the website for up-to-date information on when and where the Las Vegas Farmers Market will be at a location near you. lasvegasfarmersmarket.com

Pizzeria Monzu Unfortunately, one of the best pizzerias in town isn’t making pizza at the moment, but you can still grab an artisan Monzu loaf of bread or an assortment of Italian cookies made by in-house pastry chef Nicholas Forte, for $7 and $12, respectively. What better time for cookies? squareup.com/store/pizzeria-monzu

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