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Fiore’s Bakery in Jamaica Plain Neighborhood of Boston, MA

Today’s all-day breakfast special, heuvos rancheros plate.

by LILLIAN LEE

The Super American made with eggs, cheddar, turkey, bacon, spinach, avocado, and spicy veganaise. They need to bottle that sauce up because it was so delicious.

This local, neighborhood bakery has become our Sunday go-to spot.

They’ve got delicious food for vegans and non-vegans – sandwiches, soups, bagels, smoothies, and pastries. Also, the coffee is on point. (Note, if you’re staying to work, which is what we do, coffee refills are just $1)

Traditional American/Italian Bakery and Bistro Specializing in Vegan and Vegetarian Offerings

I’ve only had a few things from the menu, but they were all tasty:

Jamaica Pond Sandwich

chicken or eggplant with red peppers, cartelized onions, provolone, pesto and tomato spread) with a side of roasted potatoes and salad greens

This is a tasty sandwich but a challenge to eat because it’s stuffed with so much goodness and the bread is pretty hearty. Everything ended up squirting out and so I had to use a fork and knife.

Italian Combo Sandwich

ham, salami, tomato, provolone, lettuce, olive oil

This was very tasty. The bread was perfect and it was pressed which made it even better because it tasted pretty much like a grilled cheese but with italian meats!

Blueberry Pie

Ummm…best. pie. ever! I loved the crust and the fruit was candy-tastic. I like my fruit pies sweet – not tart. And, I like my fruit pies to not be a runny mess. This was everything I hoped for and then some.

Tiramisu…s

The original was light, fluffy and airy. I’m a sucker for tiramisu…

but the almond version had a beautiful crunch from the almond toppings to the almond crust on the bottom.


Everything is amazing and I can’t wait to try all the other sandwiches and baked goods they have. Seating is a little limiting and it may take a minute or more for your sandwich to be ready, but it’s worth it. Plus, free wifi!

(Note: If you order a sandwich and eat in, you’ll get the side of potatoes and salad. If you do a take-out, then you’ll miss out on that)

Fiore’s Bakery
55 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617-524-9200
Monday-Saturday 7am-7pm, Sunday 8am-6pm

LAST UPDATED April 8, 2018

Danny King Donuts & Other Bakery Goodies in Texas

Danny King Donuts in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

So glad we popped in for some donuts and coffee at Danny King Donuts on our drive to Austin for the day because we met the nicest lady.

Danny King Donuts

Danny King Donuts in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

Danny King Donuts in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

Chocolate glaze pillow of perfection this donut was.

The Mister couldn’t resist getting a hot dog bun as well.

Danny King Donuts
2572 Walnut Hill Ln
Dallas, TX 75229


85C Bakery Cafe

The desserts and bakery items all looked SO beautiful! We had to pick up some treats. Also, the Gen BBQ restaurant is nearby along with a bunch of other restaurants AND…a Daiso!

85C Bakery Cafe in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

It was super busy. One section was the bakery and the other was for coffee and boba.

85C Bakery Cafe in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

We wanted more, but settled on a hot dog bun, Portugese egg tart and a blueberry pie.

85C Bakery and Cafe
2540 Old Denton Rd
Carrollton, TX 75006


Argentina Bakery

One of our first stops after landing in Dallas and getting the rental car was…empanadas and coffee. It was random but it was pretty close and on the way to our hotel.

So glad we made this pit stop because they were delicious – the flaky, buttery crust was to die for.

Argentina Bakery in Dallas, Texas | by Lillian Lee

Argentina Bakery
3401 W Airport Fwy
Irving, TX 75062

Hot Salt Beef at Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery

Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery, London, England | by Lillian Lee

In my researches of what cheap eats to partake in while in London, Beigel Bake came up quite often. And then, during my Alternative Graffiti Tour, the guide also raved about the place.

Luckily, I went during a wonky hour so I didn’t have to experience crazy crowds. I ordered the hot salt beef on a bagel with mustard and pickles. It was hot, hot, hot indeed.

Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery, London, England | by Lillian Lee

I was planning on taking it to-go, but when I stepped outside, it started raining. So, I stood with the rest of the folk in the standing-room only shop and ate my sandwich.

Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery, London, England | by Lillian Lee

The beef was super tender and, yes, it was salty.

Would I eat it again? Maybe if it had two less slabs of beef. I think I had a week’s worth of sodium intake from just that one sandwich.

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Beigel Bake
159 Brick Lane
London E1 6SB, England

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