Bakeries in Glen Park


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  • Destination Baking Co.
    In Focus: Destination Baking Company Specialties: breakfast pastries, quiche, moon pies, and cakes The fruit: organic and not too sweet, ensuring the tarts are truly tart Secret ingredients: cardamom in the sticky buns, gruyère in the cheese twists, and orange-scented cream cheese in the fruit danishes When to go: Early birds get the largest selection but after 2 p.m. breakfast pastries are buy one get one free. Parking: It’s limited. Visit in pairs so that one person can run in and grab the goodies. Who to take: an old friend. The small tables by the window are perfect for long sessions of catching up. SFWeekly rave: the challah bread made #63 on its 92 Favorite Things to Eat and Drink list in 2011 for the loaf’s “soft and pale yellow [color], as if the bakers had mixed in saffron instead of orange-yolked eggs.”
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    598 Chenery St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Pomelo
    In Focus: Pomelo Specialty: global-fusion cuisine that emphasizes Asian flavors Ingredients: local and organic produce, sustainable seafood, and hormone-free meats Locations: 2 Definition of pomelo: a large citrus fruit with a taste similar to grapefruit Tastiest way to travel the world: Order anything off Pomelo’s menu—the eclectic dishes are named for global destinations. Closest culinary destination on the menu: Noe Valley, which is represented by a brunch scramble. Furthest culinary destination on the menu: Jakarta, which is represented by Indonesian fried rice with chicken, shrimp, and fried eggs.
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    1793 Church St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • La Santaneca
    Need a last-minute birthday cake? Stop by La Santaneca for all of your bakery needs. Put the diet on pause when you visit La Santaneca — there are no low-fat menu items. Families will feel right at home at La Santaneca with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Ideal for large groups, La Santaneca will make sure your party feels anything but cramped. La Santaneca is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). Call La Santaneca for catering if you have a big event coming up. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the bakery's Mission St location offers nearby street parking. Prices at La Santaneca are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal.
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    3781 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Rico Pan Bakery Salvadoreno
    Bernal Heights has a reputation for fun little shops that can sometimes fall on the side of precious, but its western flank is a quarry of overlooked, less polished gems. That means Mission Street, a rough-at-the-edges strip that still houses some long-term businesses, including Rico Pan Bakery Salvadoreno. This bustling sweets and breads shop caters to a small but tightly-knit El Salvadorian community, with impeccable pan dulce and pastries that will win over any eater. Many of the delights are tinged with fruits like pineapple, and all are offered at a fraction of the price of spanking new bakeries not far away. It’s a shame that the sweet smells don’t carry further into the neighborhood, to the long lines that snake into more formidable baking operations. But while other spots hog all the press, Rico Pan’s devotees have the last laugh.
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    3717 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Noeteca
    Noeteca‘s owners spent their lives looking forward to running their own restaurant, so it’s no surprise that the French-inspired tapas spot feels comfortable in its own skin from early morning meals until late into the night. During the day, Noeteca seems like a cafe, where patrons sip on international coffees from local roasters brewed by the cup or for personal-sized French presses. At brunch menu, familiar dishes share space with ambitious French-inspired offerings—the croque monsieur becomes a croque Napoleon with slices of bread pudding layered with black forest ham and emmantaler. When the weather is nice, guests can wander out to a patio colored by a flower and herb garden to learn the sun’s secret handshake. As evening falls, candlelight fills the dining room and guests switch their focus to wine. The award-winning list includes more than 30 varieties, each available by the glass or half-glass. For dinner, patrons can build their own cheese plates or share a tarte flambèe, Alsatian flatbreads the San Francisco Bay Guardian said have “a lovely thin, blistered crust that was a bit softer and more luxurious than a typical pizza crust”.
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    1551 Dolores St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sweet Delight Bakery
    When your sweet tooth takes control, Sweet Delight Bakery is one of the best bakeries in town. Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Sweet Delight Bakery's menu does not offer low-fat options. Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Sweet Delight Bakery — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks. It doesn't get much more laid-back than Sweet Delight Bakery, so dress for comfort when you come. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Sweet Delight Bakery. You can leave your car curbside with nearby street parking. You can load up on the snacks and treats at Sweet Delight Bakery since prices are so low.
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    4476 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US

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