This Scandinavian Bakery Hiding In Small Town Wisconsin Just Might Be The State’s Best

In western Wisconsin, the little town of Westby, pop. 2,200, celebrates its Scandinavian heritage in a delicious way. The town is named after the Norwegian word meaning “western town.” It holds an annual Syttende Mai festival to celebrate the Norwegian holiday. But the tastiest way that Westby celebrates its Scandinavian roots can be found in Kvarnström’s Bakery, a little backyard bakery that is a must-visit spot.

Here’s why this little Scandinavian bakery just might be the state’s best.

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Kvarnström’s Bakery items can be found in several businesses in the area, but if you have time, be sure to stop into this little backyard bakery and see what has just come out of the oven. Still hungry? Here are some more wonderful Wisconsin bakeries you should visit.

Address: Kvarnstrom Bakery, 210 Coon Prairie Rd, Westby, WI 54667, USA