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The Bakery Boys

This spot is Permanently Closed.

Haitian

Little River

$$$$Perfect For:Serious Take-Out Operation

Bakery Boys is a tiny Haitian to-go restaurant where you can get a styrofoam box full of some very good food—and a lot of it. They have dishes like soup joumo, Haitian spaghetti, and more. But we like the griot best. The chunks of pork have a crispy exterior, tender interior, and are served with thick tostones and a pile of tangy pikliz. Get a bit of everything together in one bite, and your mouth be thankful to exist in Miami. There is a small table by the counter, but this is definitely a takeout spot. There’s also no steam counter set up, so expect your food to take ten or 15 minutes to prepare.

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