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Bakeries — Oaxaca City, Oaxaca


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As for the reviews of all the restaurants in the city listed in this guide, not just the bakeries, read the article Restaurants — Oaxaca City, Oaxaca.

NotesPickCheckMark.png Pan y Co.   Bakery, Natural Food     $-$$     (B)
The Pan y Co. bakery offers a large selection of European-style breads, pastries, cakes, and cookies, everything baked daily with all natural ingredients. The breads are hearty and healthy, yet do not suffer from the "cardboard" taste and consistency of some health-food concoctions, and the sweet breads are syrupy and sugary, though not overly so. Business is brisk throughout the day, so go early to find the best pickings. There's another storefront in the Colonia Reforma neighborhood.


NotesPickCheckMark.png Pan y Co., Belisario Domínguez   Bakery     $-$$     (J)
The Pan y Co. bakery offers a large selection of European-style breads, pastries, cakes, and cookies, everything baked daily with all natural ingredients. The breads are hearty and healthy, yet do not suffer from the "cardboard" taste and consistency of some health-food concoctions, and the sweet breads are syrupy and sugary, though not overly so. Business is brisk throughout the day, so go early to find the best pickings. There's another storefront in the Centro, one-block west of Iglesia de Santo Domingo.

  • Belisario Domínguez 612, just west of Heroico Colegio Militar;;  Colonia Reforma;  Tue - Sat 9 am - 9 pm,  closed Sun & Mon;  phone 951-513-7104.  


Fidel Pan Integral   Bakery     $     (O)
Conveniently located a block west of the Zócalo, the Fidel Pan Integral bakery has a nice selection of croissants, sweet breads, and cookies. Everything is baked daily.


Bamby   Bakery     $     (A)
A favorite of locals and budget travelers, Bamby offers a wide assortment of fresh, tasty, inexpensive pastries and breads, baked daily.


La Pasión   Bakery, Tea     $-$$$     (H)
In a city that is a dream come true for coffee lovers, as luck would have it, to get a decent cup of tea, tea lovers have to schlep just over a mile from the Zócalo to the La Pasión bakery, located in the farthest northern point of the Colonia Reforma. There, they'll find more than a dozen imported black, green, and oolong loose-leaf teas to choose from. That said, La Pasión is primarily a European-style bakery specializing in cakes and pastries, enticingly displayed for you as you step through the front door.

  • Violetas 221, half block north Palmeras;  Colonia Reforma;  Tue - Sun 10 am - 10 pm,  closed Mon;  Mex$50 - 150;  phone 951-513-8100.  


Tartamiel Pastelería Frances   Bakery     $     (P)
Good coffee and a nice selection of mostly sweet baked goods to go.



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