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7.0

Piman Bouk Bakery

Piman Bouk is a classic Haitian bakery in the heart of Little Haiti. The main event here are Haitian patties, which are flaky and more similar to a croissant than a Jamaican patty. They come filled with either cod or beef. Piman Bouk keeps them warm and ready to eat all day - which is probably why they almost always have a line out the door. Other good things here include coconut bread and tablet pistache, a crunchy Haitian peanut brittle. And just know that it's cash only, so hit up an ATM on the way.

Rami Sabban

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