Stand Up for Baguette et Chocolat —
We're Eating There!

Baguette et Chocolat took a stand against gun carry in their bakery. Now it's our turn to stand up for them! —Sheri

News Coverage of Support for Local Business

[Sep. 23, 2017] Local news covered the event to support the Bee Cave business Baguette et Chocolat. Read or watch the coverage from KVUE ("Bee Cave Bakery at Center of Gun Rights Debate") and KXAN ("Dozens stage eat-in at Bee Cave bakery to support its no-gun policy"), linked here. Scroll down for more details:

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If you couldn't make it on September 23 to the eat-in, you can still follow what's happening on Twitter. #BaguetteEtChocolat in Bee Cave:

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Check out the eat-in event on Facebook for September 23, 2017.


A customer was angry about the restaurant's no gun carry policy. After the owners refused to take down the sign prohibiting guns, he returned carrying a gun. 311 was called and they had the police deal with him. Now he is attacking them on social media to the extent that they are removing their FB page.

I invite everyone in Austin to support this wonderful bakery and owners Annelise and Chiminh Phamdinh who moved here from France 10 years ago to bring a first-rate authentic French bakery to us.

Here is their website:

They have a full brunch menu. Dog-friendly outside seating. Kid-size chairs at the kid-size counter.

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Read reporting about the issue on Austin360: "Bee Cave bakery deletes Facebook page after bad reviews over gun stance"

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You can read more about this local business, its owners, and its supporters by checking out the news. One article is linked here.