Wild Love Bakehouse is in North Knoxville, and the attention this bakery is garnishing has begun to go nationwide. Owned and operated by husband-and-wife duo Meg and Shaun Parrish, they previously baked at their coffee shop, Old City Java, but ultimately decided to open a dedicated bakery.
All over town, Knoxvillians rave about the croissants which take four days to make. The croissants, along with their other wildly popular items, often sell out during the breakfast rush, partly due to the meteoric popularity they’ve enjoyed since opening the doors in December 2015; but also due to the self-imposed quality control that comes along with meticulously sourcing ingredients locally - hand-picked and in-season berries from area farms, eggs from Tickiwoo Farms, dairy from Cruze Farms.
If you miss the breakfast rush, however, console yourself with scratch-made soups, potpies and breads – which are no compromise.
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Wild Love Bakehouse directly.