Bayou Bakery

1515 N Courthouse Rd ArlingtonVA22201

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Get a handful of New Orleans treats from this inspired bakery on Courthouse Road. Pastry Chef David Guas brings his New Oreans culinary charm to Arlington, so expect a lot of baked-till-they-are-golden croissants, sugar-powdered beignets and other Creole eats. If you're filled to the brim with baked goods and have a hankering for some savory delights, find them in the buttermilk biscuits with...
by cityseekr on September 29, 2015 from cityseekr

Editorial Reviews

Bayou Bakery Restaurant Review:
At his bakery in Virginia, David Guas, the lad from New Orleans, offers the likes of cooked-to-order beignets coming to you hot and dusted with confectioners sugar. But Guas’ staff can come up with plenty of other Louisianan dishes, from boudin with Creole mustard to his take on the muffuletta (here, “muff-a-lotta”) with salami, mortadella, smoked ham and provolone. Because Guas made his...
by gayot on August 12, 2016 from gayot
Bayou Bakery's Chew Dat Menu Means Daily Specials:
Bayou Bakery is introducing Chew Dat specials. The nightly specials will highlight a different Louisiana or New Orleans specialities each week. They've also made shrimp and andouille jambalaya a permanent addition to the menu. It's one more options for diners who love visiting restaurants on a theme night. Here are the specials:

Monday: Red Beans nad Rice with Smoked Sausage Link and GW...
by eater on August 22, 2014 from eater
Bayou Bakery's David Guas Promises 'American Grilled' is 'Not a Mean Show':
New Orleans born-and-raised chef David Guas has been delighting patrons for years with his Louisianan fare at Bayou Bakery in Arlington. No stranger to the media, Guas has appeared on Food Network's "Chopped" and "The Today Show", and was named Arlington Magazine's Best Chef of 2014.

Never content to rest on his laurels, David announced earlier this year that he would be opening a second Bayou...
by eater on August 13, 2014 from eater
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Charismatic New Orleans-born chef David Guas -- widely familiar from his frequent appearances on "The Today Show" and role a...s host of Travel Channel's "American Grilled" -- has garnered national praise in publications like Food & Wine, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, Saveur and Bon Appétit for showcasing the soul of the South in his sinfully delicious, Louisiana-style favorites and desserts...
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