Karen's Bakery

Karen's Bakery and Cafe

705 Gold Lake Drive, Ste. 340
Folsom, California 95630
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Local Phone: (916) 985-2665

Award winning food, always fresh and seasonal, is the specialty of this highly regarded culinary landmark with a large, dog-friendly patio a block from historic Sutter Street.

Karen's is open for breakfast and lunch with a full menu featuring salads, sandwiches and specialties such as the puff pastry tomato tart. Save room for baked goods and pastries ranging from lemon crumb muffins to sinful desserts. Free WiFi is available, too.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs OK at outside seating

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Meats exploring the Johnny Cash Trail - Photo Credit: @finnifsk8
Meats exploring the Johnny Cash Trail - Photo Credit: @finnifsk8
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Johnny Cash may have put Folsom on America's mental map. but visitors don't sing the blues once they experience the vitality of this historic little city at the western gateway to California Gold Country.  more »

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