May 30, 2010

Sopp and Truscott Bakery in Silver Plume, Colorado

In "downtown" Silver Plume, Colorado
The Sopp and Truscott Bakery is reason enough to circle Silver Plume, Colorado on your map (exit 226 on I-70, about 45 minutes from Denver) as a place to stop. It doesn't have to be a long stop, but it's definitely worth the trip.
Silver Plume is a tiny town that appears to be stuck in time. But it also holds a secret treasure family run food stop - The Sopp and Truscott Bakery. They have several types of really great breads, cookies and other baked goods. And they make sandwiches at lunch time, which are perfect to eat at their picnic table or on their front porch swing.
Sopp and Truscott  is located on the dirt road known as Main Street, you'll think you must be going the wrong way but I assure you, you're not. The address is 486 Main St. It's only open 7a-5p Thursdays thru Sundays right now. You can call for more info at:  303-569-3395.
There is other stuff to stop in Silver Plume for. You can catch the historic narrow gage railroad The Georgetown Loop near by.
Check out the slide show of photos of the beauty of Silver Plume and of the Sopp and Truscott Bakery.


Anonymous said...

Have been going there for years with all of the other owners they had never charged a $2.00 service charge for using a credit card. I'll have to think about going back the next time I go through the towm

Janet said...

We had a absolute wonderful time at the Bakery. Always a great place to eat and visit. I think we all need to be mindful that it is difficult times for all of us including the small business owner. I will absolutely be coming back. I love this Bakery.

Parker, Colorado

Jenny said...

On a recent vacation with family (10 of us in all) to Georgetown, CO, we were directed by a local business owner to head to Silver Plume to visit the Sopp & Truscott Bakery. We did. Many times. The asiago cheese and herb bread was to die for - we used pepperjack cheese and made grilled cheese sandwiches. YUM! That was one of many favorites. Another was the four fruit bread. That we turned into French toast for breakfast and topped it with the shop's four fruit preserves. It's a good thing I live 2,000 miles away, or I'd need to be carried around in a wheel barrow in no time. Thank you S&T bakers!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful baked goods! My wife and I bought two loaves and munched on them for the next five hundred miles! The Naughty Bars were delicious and sweet. I wish we lived closer! Open yup a branch in Vacaville, Ca. :)

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