Beginning or end,

Our pastries can be enjoyed any part of the day.

Make any day delicious with one of our fresh bakes pastries!

Next we set about mixing, rolling, laminating, baking, frying, flipping, filling, glazing, icing, drizzling, dusting, chilling or freezing. Every single one of the 70 or so products we make every day requires a different series of processes and stages. These processes are semi-automated and hand-made.

Learn more below about the kind of pastries we offer.

Mexican Pastries

The bulk of what we make is concentrated on making traditional pan dulce. You will find most of your favorites and perhaps some variations. We aim to please so if you aren’t finding a favorite please let us know, perhaps we can add it our repertoire. Some of the items we make are:

  • Empanadas
  • Conchas
  • Nuez
  • Niño Envuelto
  • Gusanos

French Pastries

A favorite in any bakery, our offerings are still growing and  are mainly limited to pastries made with puff pastry. Also known to many as mil hojas in Spanish or in French as pâte feuilletée, this pastry is made by placing pats of chilled butter between layers of pastry dough, rolling it out, folding it in thirds. This process, which is repeated six times produces a pastry comprising of hundreds of layers. When baked, the moisture in the butter creates steam causing the dough to puff and separate into hundreds of flaky layers. Some of the items we make are:

  • Orejas
  • Elephant Ears
  • Banderillas
  • Brocas
  • Apple Strudel
  • Guava and Cream Cheese Strudel

American Pastries

It is definitely a challenge selecting what to offer. We currently make over 60 pastries on a daily basis. Although mostly are Mexican, we have integrated some French and American pastries that also have become favorites. Some of the items we make are:

  • Varieties of Donuts
  • Muffins

Here’s a small sampling

of our tasty pastries!

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Sugar Nuez


(english translation: nut)

A dense vanilla flavored biscuit, covered with a thin layer of pie dough and dusted with granulated sugar.

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Vanilla Concha


(english translation: shell)

A sweet egg rich dough covered with a vanilla sugar shell pattern on top.

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Sugar-Free Carrot Cake Muffins


Sweetened with Agave nectar.

Sugar-free Option

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(english translation: muffin)

Vanilla flavored muffin.

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Apple Strudel


Puff pastry pie pocket with apple filling.

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Tuna Empanada


Sautéed in olive oil and tomato sauce with onion, garlic, chopped green olives, capers, red peppers, and carrots.

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Double Chocolate Chip Muffin


Chocolate muffin with chocolate chips.

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(english translation: sassy )

An egg rich dough similar to the Concha with a hint of cinnamon, covered with a sugar topping and egg washed for a crunchier texture.

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(english translation: owl)

Mexican biscuit  filled with cream cheese and drizzled with sugar glaze.

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Cinnamon Roll


Rolled danish dough pastry filled with cinnamon and raisins and covered with sugar glaze.

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(english translation: ear )

Puff pastry sweetened with sugar baked until sugar has caramelized.

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Chocolate Concha


(english translation: shell)

A sweet egg rich dough covered witha chocolate sugar shell pattern on top.

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(english translation: bull’s horns )

Cinnamon flavored dough dusted with granulated sugar.

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Spinach and Ricotta Cheese Empanada


Sautéed in olive oil with onion, garlic, and a touch of crushed red pepper.

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(english translation: cornucopia)

Danish dough filled with bavarian cream.

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Niño Envuelto – Dulce De Leche


(english translation: swaddled baby )

A jelly roll covered in dulce de leche and nuts.

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