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Jewish style bakery in Palm Beach County.

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Since Flakowitz and Star bakeries closed, where can you find a Jewish style bakery in Palm Beach County. Any help would be appreciated.

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  1. This is what the www.floridajewish.com site lists for PB county.

    CAKETORY
    7160 Beracasa Way Boca Raton, FL 33433
    561-672-7606 | Map...
    Supervision: ORB (O

    )

    SWEET ENDINGS
    1220 Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-209-1907 | Map...
    Supervision: ORB (O)

    WINN-DIXIE STORE #355
    7024 Beracasa Way Boca Raton, FL 33004
    561-368-5442 | Map...
    Supervision: ORB (O)

    1. Flakowitz is open in Boca Raton!

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      1. re: Linda VH

        Where in Boca?

        1. re: rsanders99

          On the corner of 20th street and Federal Highway! Just had an onion bagel with a scmear of scallion cream cheese with tomato and onion! Yum!

      2. There is a Flakowitz on Hagen RAnch Road and Boynton Beach Blvd. They have a lot of bakery products but I do not know if they are baked on site..doubtful.

        This business has a connection to Pechter's, of rye bread fame back north.

        http://www.flakowitzofboynton.com/pdf...

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        1. re: erica

          I was looking for a place that bakes their own items. Like we used to find in NY.

          1. re: erica

            Flakies in Boynton claims to make their own baked products. "All baking done on premises".

            1. re: Alfred G

              Interesting. When I tired to get info from them on site they were not the most forthcoming...but the products looked ok!
              Will have to try sometime soon.

          2. Starz in "The Emporium " which is just west of Military Trail on Okechobee, West Palm Beach (easy off 95)
            Real bagles, filled onion rolls, bialy and more.

            1. It's not really a very clear question, although I have the feeling I know what you are asking. The Jewish stereotype you are referring to, is more like western european/new york bakery. That being said, there are some sepharadic bakery that will give you great Pita bread, borrekas, and a whole menu of middle eastern/sepharadic baked products. If you want those, let me know