Food Lovers Guide to Houston - Best Bakeries

Food Lovers Guide to Houston - Best Bakeries

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The finest bakers in every corner of this great city.

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    You can sit down and enjoy an everything bagel with a schmear in the adjoining coffee shop, or ask the bakers to fill up a sack of whatever’s just been freshly boiled and baked.
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    Pick up a loaf of masala bread or a few rounds of fresh naan and indulge in a few treats while you’re here—we like the cumin-flavored jeera shortbread cookies and the chicken tikka-stuffed croissants for a quick snack.
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    Four years to the day after being liberated from a Nazi internment camp in 1945, Polish immigrant Sigmund Jucker opened Three Brothers Bakery in Houston with siblings Sol and Max.
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    Trancito Diaz may originally be from Mexico, but the affable owner of La Guadalupana received his pastry training at French Gourmet Bakery and the River Oaks Country Club.
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    Pick up fresh-baked bolillos and telera bread as well as flour tortillas here, and don’t forget the Mexican pastries, such as hojarascas, churros, and conchas, on offer for pennies on the dollar.
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    If you’ve dined out in Houston, there’s a good chance you’ve eaten Kraftsmen bread—Scott Tycer’s bakery supplies many of the city’s best restaurants. You can supply your own table, too, at the bakery’s storefront in the Heights.
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    The baguettes the Wu brothers sell at the French Riviera bakery on Chimney Rock are as evocative of France as the bakery itself. You can also purchase fresh-baked loaves of focaccia, rustic boules, and bags of buttery croissants.
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    As the pitas cool, they slowly deflate, so that by the time they reach the bottom, they’re ready to be put in bags—$1.50 for six warm pita rounds may be the best deal in town.
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