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Bachour Bakery + Bistro

600 Brickell Ave. (6th St.) Send to Phone
Namesake bakery and bistro from pastry wizard Antonio Bachour and Henry Hané.

Open Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Bachour Bakery + Bistro Restaurant Review

: Pastry chef Antonio Bachour finally has a bakery to call his own. At Bachour Bakery & Bistro he's taking care of the sweet stuff, while Henry Hané is delighting guests with the savory side. Get in bright and early at 7 a.m. and enjoy handmade pastries like croissants (chocolate, pecan, Nutella, or guava and cheese) and loaves of every type (from Key lime coconut to hazelnut passion fruit). Visit for lunch when the salty stuff is just as sweet. Gazpacho, crowned with olive oil powder, is the best you'll have outside of Spain. Tartines made with house-baked bread using flour straight from France get topped with everything from spicy tuna and rib-eye to the played-out avocado (though this one proffers a jalapeño crema and charred corn for a nice kick). Small plates come in the form of falafel bowls, roasted Brussels sprouts, and pork belly carbonara with a 63-degree egg. Whichever meal period you choose (brunch has pastelito pancakes and croissant french toast) you won't be disappointed.


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