One Dozen Cannoli or $5 for $10 Worth of Baked Goods and Dine-In Entrees at Original Ferrara Bakery

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Italian bakery in business more than 100 years prepares petit fours, cannoli, pizza, and pasta

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Original Ferrara Bakery - Tri-Taylor: One Dozen Cannoli or $5 for $10 Worth of Baked Goods and Dine-In Entrees at Original Ferrara Bakery

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $5 for $10 worth of baked goods or dine-in entrees
  • $13.50 for one dozen cannoli (a $27 value)

Dine-in on the bakery's array of pastries or savory entrees such as individual margherita pizzas ($7.25), stuffed peppers ($7.25), and Tuscan chicken sandwiches with fresh spinach, roasted peppers, and pesto aioli ($6.50).

Original Ferrara Bakery

When Salvatore Ferrara first arrived to Chicago in 1900, he earned a living using the pastry- and candy-making skills he had acquired in his home country of Italy. Within a few years, Salvatore opened Original Ferrara Bakery, an Italian bakery that gained popularity during the formative years of Taylor Street's Little Italy neighborhood. The bakery became especially well-known for its candies, which eventually branched out into a second business, Ferrara Pan Candy Company, the manufacturer of perennial favorites such as Lemonheads and Atomic Fireballs. In the meantime, Sal's wife Serafina nurtured the bakery, maintaining its reputation as she became known in the neighborhood as "the Angel of Halsted Street." And though the area has seen rampant transformation over the last century, Original Ferrara Bakery still stands, delighting patrons with its renowned candies and pastries.

Now in its third generation of Ferrara ownership, the Original Ferrara Bakery is run by Sal and Serafina's grandchildren who continue to adhere to their family's original practices. They use all-natural ingredients to create signature items such as cannoli cake--rum-soaked layers of fresh strawberries, Italian custard, and cannoli cream--as well as elaborately tiered wedding cakes, and bite-sized indulgences such as petit fours and Italian butter cookies. Over the years, a lunch menu has been added to the mix, offering options including Neapolitan-style pizza and chicken parmigiana.


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94% of 349 customers recommend

  • “Everything at Ferrara is amazing! Sandwiches, pasta, soups, DESSERTS!!! My only complaint is that they seem to have taken the side of broccoli off the menu -- it...”

    “Everything at Ferrara is amazing! Sandwiches, pasta, soups, DESSERTS!!! My only complaint is that they seem to have taken the side of broccoli off the menu -- it was delicious... I recommend Ferrara to everyone!”

  • “great cookies and pastries”

  • “Awesome pastries!”

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    2210 W Taylor St

    Chicago, IL 60612

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