Flour & Weirdoughs is an excellent bakery in Key Biscayne home to some interesting creations, like a brisket croissant that is shockingly good. The rest of the bakery is full of more pleasant surprises, like guava and cheese babka, huge cinnamon rolls, and a great pan con lechon sandwich. They also have a cacio e pepe sourdough loaf. We haven’t tried that yet, but these bakers seem capable of anything.
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