Where In The World Is La Tour Bakehouse?

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about our baked goods every day. We also hope that you’ve been wondering, where can I find them? We’re glad you asked. There are many locations you can purchase our breads, pastries, and snacks. Here are just a few of them:

1. Whole Foods Market at Kahala Mall

2. Foodland Super Market

3. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

4. Farmers Markets: We sell our goods everyday at different farmers markets around Oahu. Chances are, you live very close to one of them.


– Varsity Building: 1110 University Ave, Honolulu @ 3PM – 7PM


– Fort Street Mall: 1032 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu @ 7AM – 2PM


– Neal S. Blaisdell Center: 777 Ward Ave, Honolulu @ 4PM – 7PM

– Windward Mall: 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe @ 3PM – 8PM


– Kailua: 21 South Kainalu Dr, Kailua @ 5PM – 7:30PM


– Fort Street Mall: 1032 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu @ 7AM – 2PM

– Momilani Community Center: 715 Hoomoana St, Pearl City @ 3PM – 7PM

– U.H. Manoa: 2465 Campus Rd, Honolulu @ 9AM – 1PM (only during the school year)


– Kapiolani Community College: 4303 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu @ 7AM – 11AM

– Kaiser High School: 511 Lunalilo Home Rd, Hawaii Kai @ 9AM – 1PM


– Mililani: 95-1200 Meheula Pkwy, Mililani Town @ 8AM – 11AM

– Hale’iwa: Kamehameha Hwy and Joseph P. Leong Bypass Rd, Hale’iwa @ 9AM – 1PM

Just as a note – sometimes you’ll find our products marked as “Ba-Le.” Don’t be alarmed – that’s us! Our old name was Ba-Le Bakery, and only recently did we relaunch under the name La Tour Bakehouse. Potato, potahto – Ba-Le Bakery, La Tour Bakehouse. Not the best analogy, but you get the idea. Bottom line? Two names, one high-quality product.

Next time you’re out and about town, look for our many baked goods. You might be pleasantly surprised where you find us! Also, please come by any farmers market any day and say hello. We’re always happy to see old friends and make new ones.


One response to “Where In The World Is La Tour Bakehouse?

  1. A friend gave me a bag if Whle Grain Puffs “made in Hawaii” sainxw 1984 which came from Honolulu. I LOVE it and have been trying to find it in Hilo. I was told to try Foodland or Sack ‘N Save. No luck. Please tell me where I can get it . I guess I’ll have to resort to asking my friends to send it to me. But please make it possible for the Big Island to enjoy it, too!

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