Ricky Bakery’s Restaurants, Pastry Shop Midtown

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Discover a substantial choice of Latin American pastries, like Cuban pastelitos, Colombian pan de Bono, Uruguayan Massini, and a super-indulgent version of the common cuatro leches dessert with a benefit layer of dulce de leche on top. Ricky Bakery’s Midtown station (the bakeshop has five areas throughout Miami) is a favorite of hectic city slickers looking for a morning cafecito and buttery tostada repair.

Address: The Shops at Midtown Miami, 3252 Buena Vista Blvd, # 108, Miami.

Cross street: In between 32nd and 34th Sts.

Transportation: Bus 9, 110.

Contact: www.rickybakery.com.

Opening hours: Daily 8 am– 8 pm.

Ricky Bakery.

Bakeshops in Miami.

12759 SW 42nd St, Miami, FL 33175-3429.

Information.

CUISINES.

Latin, Caribbean, Spanish.

Meals.

Breakfast.

FUNCTIONS.

Takeout, Reservations.

Ricky Bakery is the most finished Cuban Bakery in Miami. We focus on all kinds of cake confection, baguette and Cuban bread, pastelitos, empanadas, “The Best Croquetas in Miami Winner,” desserts, breakfast combinations, and lunch combinations with a superb range of Cuban Coffee/ beverages and shakes. We have a celebration menu for catering of little bites and occasions catering menu.

History.

Developed in 2001.

The look for a task when he was 19 years of ages, offered the chance to Richard Álvarez Guerra, much better referred to as ‘Ricky,’ to begin as an apprentice in a bakery and although for a while he attempted to move far from the variety of gastronomy to commit himself to other activities, at the turn of the years go back to remain.

The business owner is now the owner of 4 significant pastry shops, which run in Miami-Dade County under the name ‘Ricky Bakery’ and whose menu shows the kaleidoscope of citizenship, specifically Latin American country 2.4 million occupants. Ricky Bakery # 1 – Bird Road 12759 SW 42nd St. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 2 – Coral Way (Main Office) 3115 SW 22nd St. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 3 – Sunset Drive 7388 SW 117th Ave. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 4 – London Square 13440 SW 120th St. # 602 Miami FL Ricky’s idea is to initially attempt to integrate Cuban pastries with Latin and European American desserts.

Ricky A.

Business Owner.

Born in New Jersey to Cuban moms and dads, Ricky believes that his moms and dads, particularly his mom, affected his choice to begin his service. Later on, she continued in the service alone, even when they moved to Miami. When the business person finished high school, he studied for two years at Miami Dade College; however, the desire to work surpassed the desire to continue research studies. At that time, he discovered work in pastry stores and remembers that while he was training in cake designing and making ‘the sugary foods,’ he made annotations in his books.

After working for 6 years in this area, he chooses to open his bakeshops.

Ricky Bakery is the most finished Cuban Bakery in Miami. The search for a task when he was 19 years old provided the chance to Richard Álvarez Guerra, much better understood as ‘Ricky,’ to begin as an apprentice in a pastry store and despite the reality that for a while, he attempted to move away from the variety of gastronomy to commit himself to other activities, at the turn of the years return to remain.

The entrepreneur is now the owner of 4 significant pastry shops, which run in Miami-Dade County under the name ‘Ricky Bakery’ and whose menu shows the kaleidoscope of citizenships, mainly Latin Americans define this county of 2.4 million residents. Ricky Bakery # 1 – Bird Road 12759 SW 42nd St. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 2 – Coral Way (Main Office) 3115 SW 22nd St. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 3 – Sunset Drive 7388 SW 117th Ave. Miami FL Ricky Bakery # 4 – London Square 13440 SW 120th St. # 602 Miami FL Ricky’s idea is to initially attempt to integrate Cuban pastries with Latin and European American desserts.

Born in New Jersey to Cuban moms and dads, Ricky believes that his moms and dads, particularly his mom, affected his choice to begin his service.