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Great Latte's and croissants. It's a long walk, but a pretty one if the weather is nice.
Bakery items worth it in every way. You can't go wrong with this locally owned and operated shop. Finely trained pastry chefs run a tight ship here, so stop in and sample their great fare. Favorite: Canales, carmelized on the outside, delicate and light on the inside, best with a double Americano.
A classic French bakery and best dessert spot in the city. The almond croissant is a favorite!
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