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Bakeries In Fullerton

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AlwayzHungry Jun 1, 2006 11:13 PM

Does anyone know any good bakeries in the Fullerton/Brea area? Preferably closer to Fullerton than Rowland Heights or Hacienda Heights...

Thanks!

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    Vitese Jun 2, 2006 09:41 AM

    We have never been disappointed with Beverly's on Brea Blvd. From our wedding cake, to "normal" cakes and fruit tarts for office parties, everything has been great.

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      Just Cid Jun 2, 2006 01:00 PM

      There's a little one in Fullerton called Judy Lynn's
      on Commonwealth near Harbor. I've only bought
      pastries (danish, etc.) from them.

      Dunno about their cakes and such.

      Pastries were pretty good.

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        AlwayzHungry Jun 2, 2006 05:23 PM

        Do you have an address for this place as well? Thanks!

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        AlwayzHungry Jun 2, 2006 05:22 PM

        Do you have an address for this place? I'm not terribly familiar with Fullerton yet... Thanks!

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        Funwithfood Jun 3, 2006 12:25 PM

        Judy Lynn on Commonwealth has been there for about 40 years--they have a sister location in Orange called Paol's (sp?). They have some classic pastries--nice hometown feel.

        Although I have ordered many cakes from Beverly's on Brea Blvd, because they decorate nicely, the flavor is just not good (okay for kids parties). Their individual pastries are pretty good though.

        Calico Cakes, a cake supply store on Orangethorpe in Buena Park, makes *very* tasty cakes to order.

        I have also heard of a bakery called Cinderella Cakes in Anaheim that is supposed to be good, although I have not been myself.

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          Clutter Nov 20, 2006 02:02 AM

          Ya gotta try De Leon's Bakery at 822 E Chapman Ave(714-525-5367). They have a great "Pastel de Tres Leches" for an amazing $1.50. It's VERY moist and not too sweet, so keep that in mind....

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            superfly Nov 20, 2006 04:03 PM

            There is a Paris Baguette on Beach Blvd. and La Mirada in Buena Park - they have good pastries.

            1. notmartha Nov 20, 2006 08:43 PM

              Don't know if Anaheim is too far south for you, but Sarkis Pastry has very good pastry (middle eastern or Western style).

              2424 Ball Rd. Anahiem

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                Just Cid Nov 21, 2006 04:57 PM

                Sorry this took so long, but I missed your reply.

                Judy Lynn Bakery - (714) 525-5259 -
                113 E Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton, CA -

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