Try Four well-liked cheap bakeries in Miami
Would you like to try the best bakeries in town?
Hoodline put the numbers together to find the best affordable bakeries in Miami. It used both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to create a ranking of where to go hunting next time.
1. Knaus Berry Farm
Photo: tony q./Yelp
At the top of the list is Knaus Berry Farm. The Bakery at 15980 SW 248th St., which also sells fruits, vegetables, and more, is the top-rated low-cost bakery in Miami and has 4.5 out of 733 reviews on Yelp.
Yelper David Z., who reviewed Knaus Berry Farm on March 10, wrote: “The cinnamon rolls are perhaps the absolute best in the world. You dip them in your coffee for breakfast and it’s a meal with champs!”
Yelper Blue A. added, “So, yes, the cinnabars are all the rage here, but there’s more to enjoy: Cheese Bread – SO SOFT and delicious. I wanted a hearty snack for the street so as not to overdose on sugar. This hits the spot. They also have a herb bread which I hear is great. “
2. Empanada Harry’s Bakery and Cafe
Photo: Diane R./Yelp
Next up is Empanada Harry’s Bakery and Cafe at 4009 SW 152nd Ave. With 4.5 stars out of 244 on Yelp, the bakery and brunch spot has proven to be a local favorite for those looking for an affordable option.
We searched Yelp for an overview of Empanada Harry’s Bakery and Cafe. Empanada fans meet here and try variations of the puff pastry from Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru.
The owners Harry and Michelle opened the bakery with the aim of “combining the traditional bakery concept with the lively flair of Miami’s gastropub food scene. Local craft beers, unique wines and creative drinks are combined with handcrafted dishes,” according to the historical part of the business’s Yelp profile.
3. Delices from France
Photo: Lisa M./Yelp
Delices De France, located at 14453 S. Dixie Highway, is another top choice. Yelpers gives the inexpensive bakery and French restaurant that offers sandwiches and more 4.5 stars out of 226.
Yelper Kelli K., who reviewed Delices De France on June 17, remarked, “This place is usually full of locals knowing that pastries, coffee and sandwiches are wonderful. I come here often and suggest that you do the same ! “
Yelper Laritsa N. wrote: “When it comes to sweets, I’ve tried the créme brulée and mini-pastries and, wow, so delicious. This place is definitely a good place for French delicacies.”
4. Night owl cookies
Photo: Yohermo E./Yelp
Night Owl Cookies, a bakery that sells desserts and more, is another great-value destination, with four out of 712 Yelp reviews. Go to 10534 SW Eighth to see for yourself.
If you want more, we found these details on Yelp about Night Owl Cookies.
Behind the bakery is self-described foodie Andrew Gonzalez, who opened the shop to fulfill his version of the American dream. “It wasn’t until Andrew was in college that he had an idea that would change not only Miami’s food scene, but his family’s life as well,” said Yelp.
This story was created automatically using local business data and then reviewed and expanded by an editor. Click here to learn more about what we do. Do you have thoughts Here you can share your feedback.