Five Generations of Artisan Bakers
Come taste our tradition!
Pancho Anaya first opened in 1912 in Sahuayo, Michoacan, Mexico. Its tradition of fine bread grew from generation to generation, becoming one of the largest bakeries in Michoacan. In 1998, Francisco “Pancho” Anaya founded Pancho Anaya Bakery in the U.S., with the vision not only to make pastries rich in ingredients and taste, but also to promote family values and unity, accompanied by its own delicious café de olla.
Pancho Anaya Bakery’s products are made with only all-natural fresh ingredients, without the use of lard, or artificial preservatives. Maintaining the artisan techniques and offering the authentic homemade taste with the best quality, variety, and service is the Pancho Anaya tradition, backed by five generations now.
So yummy! This is my first visit to this location and everything about it is perfect. The place is clean, the service was warm and friendly, and all of the goods were clearly labeled and plentiful.
As always, I recommend the jalapeño cream cheese croissant and the churros, but everything is delicious.
The. Best. An awesome array of traditional treats & wonderful service. You can’t beat the prices–oh my stars–such price points for such giant portions. Great Wall of history in the cafe seating area too. Can’t rave about this place enough!
My first visit but not my last. Pastries were fresh and delicious. The service was great. Nice place to get coffee and a wedding cookie or whatever strikes your fancy. Had a cream horn and the filling was cream cheese, very smooth and decadent. There is a great assortment of sweets, including cream filled empanadas, lots of cinnamon and quality ingredients.