Bakeries and Pastries

Los Altos

Enni Jó - Kürtőskalács Sandor Godina of Enni Jó, a local vendor at Sigona's Farmers Market in Redwood City and Palo Alto, Calif., makes Kürtőskalács - Hungarian Chimney Cakes - which are tube-shaped desserts.

facebook page: Enni Jó

 

Los Gatos

Barefoot Coffee This place features traditional rétes, kürtőskalács, and other bakery products. They use only organic, locally produced ingredients.

website: www.barefootcoffee.com

 

San Francisco

German bakery The original organic Brown Bear Bakery German rye bread with flax, beer & honey. 

website: www.brownbearbakery.com

 

San Francisco

Crocker Galleria Crocker Galleria features a spectacular glass pavilion soaring above three levels of specialty shops and services and a whole level of eateries serving a vast array of ethnic and specialty foods you so often find in the San Francisco culinary landscape.

info: Corcker Galleria

 

San Francisco

Russian pastries Established in 1953, Cinderella is the oldest authentic, homestyle Russian bakery in the Bay Area.

website: www.cinderellabakery.com

 

San Ramon

Café Attila they offer the popular cake Rigó Jancsi in various sizes. One of the chefs/owners is Hungarian.

website: www.cafeattila.com

 

Santa Clara

Barefoot Coffee This place features traditional Rétes, kürtőskalács, and other bakery products. They use only organic, locally produced ingredients.

website: www.barefootcoffee.com

 

Berkeley

Crixa Cakes  Primarily Hungarian-inspired, popular pastry shop.

website: www.crixacakes.com

 

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