My friend Dr. Ricky has long said that there should be a comprehensive list of all the wonderful ethnic bakeries in town. I don't disagree, and in fact that's a list for another time.
Today, however, we're focusing on all the different forms and varieties of bakeries in Houston. And while that includes a few of the choice ethnic spots, we've also kept the list to bakeries that have permanent storefront locations, so you can swing by and grab a pandan waffle or marble rye for yourself.
6. Ooh La La
What to get here: Almond croissants, marranitos, tres leches and whatever chef/owner Trancito Diaz has made special for the day. Just ask. And don't forget a bag of cafe de olla to go with it all.
4. El Bolillo
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