La Mexicana Bakery

La Mexicana Bakery

Family-owned La Mexicana isn't fancy, but it is delicious — and essential if you want to experience the real flavor of Austin. You'll be drawn to the front case of pastries and cakes (including the delectable-beyond-words tres leches cake), but if you want something savory first, the tacos and sandwiches are served on their homemade tortillas and breads.

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