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The 11 Best Bakeries In Palm Beach

The Editors | April 1, 2021 | Food & Drink Feature

Whether you need an Easter treat or are simply in the mood for pastry, these Palm Beach bakeries deliver on big flavors.

Best Bakeries Palm Beach

Delicias Cuban Bakery

With nearly two decades making indulgent sweets, this local go-to specializes in Latin delicacies. Snack on traditional croquetas and yuca rellena while sipping on a cortadito. Or treat yourself to its range of Cuban-style pastries filled with guava, coconut, apple and more. A heartier lunch is also on the menu with offerings such as Cuban sandwiches, empanadas and more. 9890 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth; 102 N. Federal Highway, Lake Worth; 6710 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach

Del Sol Bakery

Inspired by her Argentinean grandmother’s cooking, Michelle Gingold began baking at young age. Now she runs Del Sol Bakery with her sister, Melisa Gingold, from its Boynton Beach kitchen. Select from an array of breads, including challah, ciabatta and sourdough; pastries, like cronuts, bagel bombs and scones; or go bold with made-to-order cakes. 1600 N. Federal Highway, Ste. 15, Boynton Beach

Ganache Bakery

This West Palm Beach spot serves up sweets that taste just as good as they look. Cupcake flavors range from classics like carrot cake and chocolate ganache to specialty treats—think candy bar-inspired Chocolate Almond Joy. There are also mini bundt cakes, rum cakes, tartlets, macarons and cannolis on offer, but the real draw here is the a la carte and custom cakes. 306 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach

Earth and Sugar

Founded by self-taught baker Janderyn Makris, Earth and Sugar has been delivering works of confectionery art from its West Palm Beach studio since opening over a decade ago. From cookie cakes and meringues to brownie bars and whimsical cakes, this bakery’s treats are a feast for the eyes. Don’t skip on its pre-packaged baking mixes, including classic, vegan and gluten free cake; or its Bake at Home box, which includes all you need to whip up seasonal cupcakes and cakes. 5505 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach

Loïc Bakery

Showing off his culinary prowess at his namesake bakery, Loïc Autret is a thoroughly skilled French pastry chef. Choose from signatures like almond croissants and quiche Lorraine, or opt for breads, tarts and coconut macarons. Loïc Bakery also has catering upon request. 480 Hibiscus St., Ste. 116, West Palm Beac

Napoleon Bakery

Dishing out Basque flavors from the north of Spain, Napoleon Bakery is a West Palm Beach mainstay. Stop in for a hot sauteed jamón sandwich with prosciutto and Spanish olive oil on a toasted baguette. Before you leave, don’t forget to snag one of its stuffed pastries, apple tarts, pies or a torta negra, a Colombian cake filled with dried fruits that have been macerated in Gallo sweet vermouth. 6619 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach

Palm Beach Bakery & Café

This traditional Scandinavian bakery has been on the scene since the late ’90s. Of note are the cardamom bread with almonds and raisins; rice pie, a Finnish speciality of rice porridge in a rye flour crust; mazarin tart, which is made with marzipan; and tosca, a Swedish tart made with almonds and often topped with apples. 206 E. Ocean Ave, Lake Worth

Paneterie

Master pastry chef Hélène Cazemajou heads the kitchens here. With a star-studded CV that includes stints at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris and The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, she creates culinary magic at Paneterie. Favorites include the lemon meringue tart, elephant ears, mille-feuille, chocolate mousse, cream puffs and, of course, macarons. 16950 N. Jog Road, Delray Beach; 205 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

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Patrick Lézé

At this Palm Beach spot, nosh on a lunch of salade nicoise, pate on a fresh baguette with cornichons or a toasted chicken salad on croissant. On your way out the door, grab a chocolate almond croissant, a Nutella brioche or an Opera cake with decadent layers of coffee and chocolate. 229 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach, 561.366.1313

Tulipan Bakery

Family-owned and -operated, Tulipan Bakery has been delivering Spanish, Cuban and Argentinean coffee, sandwiches and cakes for over 50 years. May we suggest a chorizo sandwich with grilled onions and peppers, or a media noche, made of ham, pork, cheese, pickles and mojo served on a sweet roll? Followed by a café con leche or a colada, or course. For special events and occasions, the cakes here are out of this world. 740 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach; 731 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach

The Upper Crust

Deep dishes, flaky crusts and perfected fillings are the name of the game at this pie-centric shop. From fruit pies—Washington Apple, Georgia Peach and Southern pecan, among others—to silky Dutch chocolate decadence or banana cream pies, this Lake Worth bakery has it all. Note: The adorable mini pies are not be missed. 2015 N. Dixie Highway, Lake Worth



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