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About this business

  • Cuisine
    Bakery, International
  • Website
    donpan.com
  • Cuisine
    Bakery, International

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Sandra W.
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Report | 8 months ago
Great food and bakery items and great prices!
Gordon A.
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Report | 8 months ago
I love it but it is on the other side of the city
Pete G.
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Report | 9 months ago
A++++++++
Roberta h.
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Report | 10 months ago
My husband and I went to the Wesley Chapel location 5/17/14. This was our first time. The staff was friendly, establishment was clean and the pastries were yummy. I recommend the sweet cheese pastry ( not sure of the correct name. Will go back!
Mark M.
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Terrific food and friendly counter people
Tim R.
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Report | 10 months ago
Great sandwiches!
Brynn D.
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Report | 10 months ago
Great service and great food.
jan h.
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Report | 10 months ago
Excellent desserts and great Cuban bread and sandwiches. Pastries are beautiful, unique and delicious.
Andrew E.
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Report | 10 months ago
Try the Cuban!
Lourdes P.
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Report | 10 months ago
Cuban Sandwich is good deal and yummy!
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From Our Editors

Considering Juan and Alvaro Gorrin studied medicine and business, and went on to forge careers in real estate and banking, it's probably surprising to many that they found their ultimate success in a totally unrelated field: baking. The Gorrins, who were born in Spain but moved to Venezuela in their youth, found there was a demand for European-inspired baked goods in South America. They developed the Don Pan brand in Venezuela in 1982, and eventually relocated to Miami, where they opened their first North American bakery in 1995.

Today, their menu maintains distinctly Spanish and South American accents. A bounty of pastries includes guava danish and tres leches, as well as brazo gitano, a sponge cake rolled with chocolate or cream that's popular in both Spain and Venezuela, as well as the section of Canada that uses cake as currency. There are also plenty of savory menu items, including cachapas—corn pancakes served with meat or cheese—and Venezuelan-style tamales bursting with pork, beef, chicken, and veggies.

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