Party Cake Bakery, Miami

Party Cake Bakery, Miami

In the vibrant city of Miami, the Party Cake Bakery stands as a testament to the dreams and determination of Olga and Juan Montano. The bakery came to life on May 1st, 1993, when the Montano family took a bold leap, leaving behind their cherished jobs and the confines of communist Cuba.

Their humble beginnings started with a modest 1,300-square-foot bakery located on the burgeoning west side of Miami, precisely on Miller Drive. In the early years, Olga and Juan faced challenges, with Olga crafting cakes and assisting customers while Juan focused on baking. The Montano's four boys would even sleep behind the display cases in the early mornings as they awaited the school bus. Despite the initial struggles, their dedication began to bear fruit as customers flocked in for their morning "Cafe Cubano" or the beloved "pastel de carne."

More than 25 years later, the dream that Olga and Juan envisioned is not only alive but thriving. The bakery offers a delightful selection of empanadas, pastries, sandwiches, and cakes. The menu is complemented by refreshing fresh orange juice and freshly brewed coffee. The service is not only swift but also welcoming and cheerful, creating an inviting atmosphere for patrons. The impeccable cleanliness extends even to the toilets, emphasizing the commitment of Party Cake Bakery to providing a delightful and enjoyable experience for all who walk through its doors.

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Sight Name: Party Cake Bakery
Sight Location: Miami, USA (See walking tours in Miami)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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