About Us

 

Alpine Bakery

The Bakery

History

Beginning as a one-man show back in 1984, the Alpine Bakery has developed into a diverse and productive bakery, café, and grocery.

In 1995, the Bakery moved from 4th Avenue to its current location at 411 Alexander St., in the landmark two-story log building in Whitehorse’s downtown.

At the end of 2016, after 32 years, the founder and owner Suat Tutzlak retired, and Silvia + Walter took over the Bakery.

How to Find Us

In beautiful downtown Whitehorse, the Bakery is easy to find. It is only a 5-10 minute walk from the major hotels and attractions in the city center.

The Brick Oven

Every evening, local firewood is fed into the chamber at the center of the brick oven, which is the centerpiece of the Bakery. Reaching temperatures of up to 800° F, by baking time in the morning it has mellowed to about 600°. The artisanal bakers then feed it with bread dough that has risen in special baskets, giving the finished bread a unique and beautiful appearance.

Bread bakes faster in the brick oven, and develops a delicious, crispy roasted crust and a special flavor. The brick oven is the key to bread so lovely it qualifies as a work of art.

The Second Floor

Above the bakery and café and warmed by the brick oven is our second floor conference space and yoga studio. It is available for all sorts of events, and nearly every morning and night Yoga in the Alpine holds classes.

 

Our policy is “not just talk, do it”.  Alpine Bakery is now a member of 1% FTP—we will donate at least 1% of sales to support environmental causes.  1% FTP is a world-wide alliance of businesses of any kind who annually donate 1% of revenues to NGOs acting on environmental purposes.  The NGOs can be chosen independently by each member.

We donate at least 1% from sales to support environmental causes.

Hours of operation

Tuesday – Friday, 8am to 6pm
Saturday, 8am to 4pm

June to August also:
Monday, 8am to 6pm

Where to find us

411 Alexander Street, downtown Whitehorse, Yukon Territory