The floor is tiled, with half the tiles being pink, the other half being light pink. The back wall is blue, and there is a window in it. Below the window, there is a large counter with cupboards. There are multiple products, like loaves of bread, located on the counter.
In front of the counter, there is a glass counter, which doubles as a display case, showing the various baked goods the bakery produces. On it, there is a cash register.
The floor is tiled, with all the tiles being gray. The wall is light green, and there is both a dark green door with a window and a window with a dark green border in it. There are shelves filled with loaves of bread in front of the wall, and below the window, there is a green counter with green cupboards and various products on it.
In front of the counter, there is a glass counter with bamboo border. It also doubles as a display case, showing the various baked goods the bakery produces. There is also a red ticket machine that dispenses red tickets. Attached to it is a small white sign with the words "Take a number" in purple writing.
"Don't Feed the Clowns"
Like in "Mooncation," the floor is tiled with gray tiles, the walls are light green, and the door is dark green with a window and a pink curtain. There is a large display window next to the door filled with pastries. There is also a counter/display case with many pastries and a red ticket dispenser. Behind the counter are shelves of bread, a door with a square window leading to the baking room of the bakery, and a window leading to the same room.
The baking room features a counter underneath the window leading to the previous room, shelves stocked with pies, and boxes filled with pies. There is also a small station where pies are packed into boxes, with wrapping paper for the boxes and two pairs of scissors to cut the paper.
Only a small portion of the bakery is seen. The wall seen is gray, and there is a window with a bamboo border. On the window, the word "Bakery" is written in red writing with a white outline. Inside, multiple baked goods can be seen.
"No Nose Knows" onwards
The bakery resembles a giant brown muffin, with an exhaust pipe attached to the muffin's top and side. The bakery has a red door with a window on it, and a large window on the door's right. Above the window and door, the word "Bakery" is written in red writing.
The bakery resembles a large oven, with a large exhaust pipe attached to the roof, and a smaller one attached to the building's back. On the top of the building, there is a light brown sign with the words "Bikini Bottom Bakery" in red writing, accompanied by a picture of a pie. The building's door is on the right side of the oven, with stairs leading to the door.
Other baked goods
Role in series
Mrs. Puff reads the advertisement for Squidward's band that was attached to the bakery's window.
"No Nose Knows"
When Patrick has his new nose, he smells the freshly baked pastries Fred and Nat are about to eat outside the bakery. Patrick goes over to the pastries and sticks his face in them while sniffing their scent, disgusting Fred.
SpongeBob goes to the bakery to buy a birthday cake for Patrick. However, the Bakery cashier offers him a cake saying "Sorry for the scabies." Since the cashier refuses to change the message to "Happy Birthday," SpongeBob buys the cake anyway.
SpongeBob goes here to buy a cake for Sandy as she went on vacation to the moon. He asks Mr. Bakerman to write "Have fun on the moon," before thinking of words that rhyme with "moon." When Mr. Bakerman suggests "loon," SpongeBob says that "See you soon" should be written.
"Don't Feed the Clowns"
After failing to find a job for the little clown, SpongeBob tries one last time at the bakery. The clown is hired by the head baker, and is ordered to pack pies into boxes. He sniffs a pie and is reminded of his pie-throwing act at the circus, causing him to throw a pie at the head baker. SpongeBob, who has been spying on the situation, intervenes and saves the baker from the pie.
The little clown then goes on a pie-throwing rampage, pelting SpongeBob, the head baker, and the customers with pies. The head baker sees the chaos and fires the clown on the spot, before grabbing him and SpongeBob, baking them into a pie, and making a delivery fish take them far away from the bakery.
SpongeBob Moves In!
The bakery is one of the buildings the player buys as part of the tutorial. Being a bakery, it is used to create various baked goods and pastries used to either feed Bikini Bottomites or create better dishes. The table below outlines what the bakery can make.