Red Truck Bakery

Home of The Pie That Won Obama's Heart
Red Truck Bakery
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With baked goods like Lemon & Blueberry Moonshine Cake and Irish Chocolate Guinness Stout Cake, it's easy to see why the two "Big O's" (Obama and Oprah) are both huge fans of Red Truck Bakery. No one else in the country is doing handcrafted items like Brian and his team.
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While it was a job as art director of the Washington Post that brought Brian Noyes to Washington D.C. in 1984, it was the small farm he purchased 50 miles outside the nation’s capital that brought out his true calling. Always looking for a creative outlet, Noyes began making jams, breads, pies and pastries and delivering them to local country stores in his red 1954 Ford farm truck each week. One Saturday Brian pulled up to a store to make his weekly delivery to discover that the parking lot was already full with customers waiting on him…30 minutes before the doors even opened. It was at this point that he realized he was on to something special. As word of Red Truck spread nationwide through features in outlets like the New York Times, a photo and news story of President Obama declaring his love of their pies was what solidified them as one of the nation’s top food purveyors.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Red Truck was featured in a Washington Post story with President Obama praising their pie & was twice named one of the New York Times' 15 favorite food purveyors in the country. They were named one of the "Best Small Town Bakeries in America" by Travel + Leisure & "America's 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations" by Conde Nast Traveler. They're also one of Oprah's favorite bakeries in the nation and earned a spot in Road Food's "All Time Hall of Fame."

Red Truck Bakery

Home of The Pie That Won Obama's Heart

While it was a job as art director of the Washington Post that brought Brian Noyes to Washington D.C. in 1984, it was the small farm he purchased 50 miles outside the nation’s capital that brought out his true calling. Always looking for a creative outlet, Noyes began making jams, breads, pies and pastries and delivering them to local country stores in his red 1954 Ford farm truck each week. One Saturday Brian pulled up to a store to make his weekly delivery to discover that the parking lot was already full with customers waiting on him…30 minutes before the doors even opened. It was at this point that he realized he was on to something special. As word of Red Truck spread nationwide through features in outlets like the New York Times, a photo and news story of President Obama declaring his love of their pies was what solidified them as one of the nation’s top food purveyors.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Red Truck was featured in a Washington Post story with President Obama praising their pie & was twice named one of the New York Times' 15 favorite food purveyors in the country. They were named one of the "Best Small Town Bakeries in America" by Travel + Leisure & "America's 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations" by Conde Nast Traveler. They're also one of Oprah's favorite bakeries in the nation and earned a spot in Road Food's "All Time Hall of Fame."