Haydel's Bakery: 4037 Jefferson Hwy, Jefferson, LA 70121. (800) 442-1342. The famous Haydel's king cake comes in a variety of sizes. Their extra-large king serves 60 people, but that size is pre-order only.
Coffee &: 5024 Westbank Expy, Marrero, LA 70072 (504) 328-9494. Open 24 hours a day, Cofee & not only has deliciously soft traditional king cakes. It also has an assortment of small king cakes that are great for breakfast on the run. Their most popular flavor king cake is the praline filled with cream cheese.
Hi-Do Bakery: 439 Terry Pkwy, Terrytown, LA 70056. (504) 366-6555. The Hi-Do Bakery serves traditional and fleur-de-lis shaped king cakes for those looking for a gameday snack. If you're ordering king cakes from Hi-Do, order a day or two in advance, but fear not. The bakery will be open seven days a week throughout king cake season. Hi-Do's most popular king cake flavor is Bavarian cream.
Willa Jean: 611 O'Keefe Avenue, New Orleans, La. 70113 (504) 509-7334. This year, Willa Jean is selling a Caramel Crunch King Cake, with a cinnamon swirl and cream cheese glaze. You can order online at WillaJean.com, but all king cake orders must be placed two days in advance. You can also buy slices of Willa Jean's king cakes at their pastry counter.
Nonna Randazzo's Bakery: Chalmette, Covington, Mandeville, and Ponchatoula (985) 893-1488. Home of the "Original" Randazzo's family recipe. Winner of three awards at 2017 King Cake Festival. They are now offering the Black and Gold Saints themed King Cake.
Marguerite's Bakery: 125 Commercial Square, Slidell, LA 70461 & 3017 Veterans Memorial Blvd Suit B 70002. Traditional, filled, Cajun Praline, Brownie Delight, or Zulu — with over 50 flavors, the list goes on and on and on and on.
The Sweet Life: 6268 Vicksburg Street, New Orleans. (504) 371-5153. The Sweet Life's King cake is made with a Danish dough, it is light and flaky.
Debbie Does Doberge is taking orders online at DebbieDoesDoberge.com or Bakery Bar at 1179 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, La. (504) 210-8519. This 6 to 9 layer king cake packs a punch.
Dorignac's: 710 Veterans Blvd Metairie, LA 70005. (504) 834-8216. Dorignac's King Cakes are made fresh daily and are available in a variety of fillings.
Maurice's French Pastries: 3501 Hessmer, Metairie, Louisiana, 70002. 504-885-1526. Maurice's features unique king cakes like the Ponchatoula, a confection with fresh strawberries, Chantilly cream and toasted almonds filled with Bavarian cream.
Bittersweet Confections: 725 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130. (504) 523-2626 & 639 S Hennessey St New Orleans, LA 70119 . Bittersweet Confections offers a chocolate-filled king cake on top of their traditional offerings at both locations and the new Louis Armstrong International Airport.
Cartozzos: 111 23rd St., Kenner, La. (504) 469-9615. The traditional bakery offers sweet and savory (Muffletta!) King Cakes to carnival revelers. You can find their cakes and 70 different grocery store chains across the South, or you can order online at cartozzosbakery.com.
Mr. Ronnie's Famous Hot Donuts: Mr. Ronnie's offers king cakes and king cake donuts, a sweet play on their signature hot glazed. Mr. Ronnie's offers on the spot fillings for your king cake appetite, including pecan and twinkle.
Second Harvest Food Bank (504-729-6354) is offering three, nine-inch king cakes to help raise funds for the food bank's mission. The food bank is offering a new flavor: Cranberry-Walnut. Other flavors available are traditional/cinnamon, praline, and strawberry and cream cheese. This year king cakes must be picked up in person at the kitchen, but buyers have to order two days in advance.
Shaya: 4213 Magazine Street, New Orleans, La. 70115 (504) 891-4213. Shaya will be making their signature babka king cake with salted caramel for 2020. However, Shaya will only sell 20 king cakes a day, February 21–22. Customers must preorder the king cakes on their website: shayarestaurant.com.