Is there anything better than eating a warm baked good? We can't think of anything. Which is why we gathered a list of six places in Manhattan to grab a baked good. 

Arrow Coffee Co

Find Arrow Coffee Co on the west side of the K-State campus. They not only serve up delicious coffee creations, but also bakery items. Find baked goods like muffins, scones, cookies, biscotti, quick bread, granola, macarons and more. Find their full list of menu items.

Bluestem Bistro 

In Aggieville, pop into Bluestem Bistro for some of their bakery items. Find scones, muffins, cinnamon rolls and cookies. Don't forget to grab a cup of coffee while you're there. Find their full menu.

Bourbon & Baker 

In downtown Manhattan, you'll find Bourbon & Baker. Not only do they have an incredible small dish menu perfect for lunch or dinner they also have a bakery. Pick from their menu of delish cakes, cheesecake or cookies. Find their hours online

Friendship House

The Friendship House located in Wamego has tons of baked goodies for you and your family to enjoy. Their menu includes; breads, cookies, egg bierocks, muffins, cinnamon rolls and more. Find their full menu.

Little Batch Company

Find them at the Winter Farmers Markets every Saturday from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. You can order from their online menu that includes bagels, granola, cookies of all sorts, loaves of bread, cakes and more. 

Radina's Bakehouse 

Radina's has several locations throughout Manhattan but find the bakehouse in the Blue Earth Plaza. Walk in and smell through your mask fresh baked breads like baguettes, sourdough, kalamata olive, ciabatta and more. Other baked goods include muffins, scones, cookies, whoopie pies and croissants. Find their menu online

Now that you're drooling from imagining all of these yummy pastries, where will you go first to enjoy a baked good?

Did we miss one of your favorite bakeries? Let us know in the comments.