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Panadería in Durham

efe781999 Jun 20, 2008 06:04 AM

Anyone know where I can find some fresh baked Mexican bread in Durham? I know some of the grocery stores around carry Mexican pastries, but I´m looking for an actual bakery. Thanks in advance.

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    blewgo Jun 27, 2008 07:40 AM

    I'm pretty sure there is one in Cary in one of the strip malls at the corner of Chatham and Maynard. I'm not sure which street it is in, so be sure to check all the buildings on both streets. If you can't find it stop at Taqueria Rancho Grande on Maynard, try one of there tortas and if you like the bread, ask where they get it. One of their female employees speaks English.

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      DaleMc Jun 27, 2008 06:59 AM

      There is also a panaderia at 2020 Lakewood Avenue, near Lakewood Shopping Center and in the former Davis Baking Company building. The items I have had from there were yummy.

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        Chow Penguin Jun 20, 2008 06:44 PM

        La Superior at 2842 N Roxboro St has a panaderia and tortilleria as well as the grocery store and restaurant. I've not bought anything from the panaderia.

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          sarahUNC Jun 20, 2008 11:31 AM

          There's a place that just opened on Hillsborough Road that calls itself a panaderia. I don't know the name, but it's right where Hboro meets Main, almost across from the Food Lion (across from the gas place).

          Also, near holloway st. where miami blvd intersects (that area near the DMV on 70), there is a small panaderia that seems to bake its own goods. It might be on Alston (that area confuses me) but it's near the harley davidson place and the new biscuitville.

          The panaderia at Compare looks like it bakes its own bolillos and other goods, but I might be wrong about that.

          I can't vouch for quality on any of these.

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