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16 August 2018

Stephanie's Mexican Bakery


Stephanie's has the definite look of a place that has altered its format over the years. Once focusing on Mexican breads, a kitchen opened up in the back and became popular with the neighborhood. As happens, this operation became more profitable and the room made for it in the store expanded. Now Stephanie's almost seems like a restaurant, with plenty of tables and a good-sized menu. Walking in the door still affords the wonderful smells of breads like these conchas ($1, below) which are all placed in the front.

Swipe through digitally or walk through in person and grab a seat. Tacos here are large and come in portions of three ($9, below), and if you ask nicely they will make your tortillas fresh on the spot! The winner of this visit was their superb chorizo, shown in the third photo.

Tortillas hechas a mano

Taco de chorizo

A tidy menu is posted on the steam table (below) with everyday offerings, but it was also noticed that many of the customers were ordering the daily specials that are freshly made and ready to order on the steam table. On this day, the cecina en salsa verde looked especially tempting.

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