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When Third Culture Bakery first debuted their mochi muffin in 2016, only six wholesale coffee shops offered the coveted Indonesian-inspired snack. By 2018, the mochi muffin quickly caught momentum and the company expanded to 60 wholesale vendors. The pastry itself is crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. 

Find them: 2701 8th St., Berkeley

When Third Culture Bakery first debuted their mochi muffin in 2016, only six wholesale coffee shops offered the coveted Indonesian-inspired snack. By 2018, the mochi muffin

Find them: 600 Guerrero St., San Francisco | 1226 9th Ave., San Francsico 

The cruffin made its debut in San Francisco back in 2016 and has been a hit ever since. It's a croissant that's baked like a muffin and then stuffed with the filling du jour. Each day of the week offers new fillings that range from smoked vanilla creme to chocolate, grapefruit ginger curd and many more. TIP: Show up early because of many of the baked goods at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse sell out quick. 

Find them: 1042 Larkin St., San Francisco 

The cruffin made its debut in San Francisco back in 2016 and has been a hit ever since. It's a croissant that's baked like a muffin and then stuffed with the filling du jour.

Find them: 2343 3rd St., San Francisco

Find them: 746 Valencia St., San Francisco | 1598 Yosemite Ave., San Francisco

You can find this eggy muffin around the Mission and at the Ferry Building farmers market. It's got cheese, sausage, green onions and a soft boiled egg at its center

Find them: 1029 Grant Ave., San Francisco 

People will wait around to get their hands on an egg tart at Golden Gate Bakery. The sweet custard filling and the flaky, buttery crust will keep you wanting more than just one. 

Arsicault Bakery: croissant

Find them: 397 Arguello Blvd. San Francisco

Arsicault Bakery: croissant

With yummy bananas and cream cheese icing, it's easy to see why this is Icing on the Cake's most popular item. It's one of more than 15 different types of cakes they have on the menu in addition to the other tasty pastries you'll find, including pies, cookies and more. Guests can also find vegan options. 

Find them: 50 W Main St., Los Gatos

With yummy bananas and cream cheese icing, it's easy to see why this is Icing on the Cake's most popular item. It's one of more than 15 different types of cakes they have

Find them: 1621 Polk St., San Francisco 

If you haven't tried the big donut at Bob's Donuts yet, you're missing out. You can order this hefty beast in traditional donut toppings of chocolate frosting, glaze, maple,

Don't be deceived by the modest appearance of the señorita bread at Starbread; it's one of the most decadent, delicious treats in the Bay Area. The soft, warm bread is filled with melted butter and sugar. If you're not careful, you'll find you ate the box of 50 all by yourself.

Find them: multiple locations 

Don't be deceived by the modest appearance of the señorita bread at Starbread; it's one of the most decadent, delicious treats in the Bay Area. The soft, warm bread is

Find them: 1268 Valencia St., San Francisco 

While the pizza is one of the top items to order at Arizmendi, their corn muffins are another crowd-pleaser. They blend blueberries and chocolate flavors in one delicious bite. 

Find them: 308 Center St., Ste A., Healdsburg

Downtown Bakery & Creamery focuses on seasonal and organic ingredients for their baked goods, and it has been their mantra ever since they opened in 1987. Make

Vive La Tarte best-known for their tacro. It's a French play on the classic taco concept. Taco fillings (pulled pork, chicken or jack fruit) are embraced by a fluffy croissant made in-house. They only serve the tacro at their Ferry Building outpost, but you can catch one of their classic croissants at their other store locations. 

Vive La Tarte best-known for their tacro. It's a French play on the classic taco concept. Taco fillings (pulled pork, chicken or jack fruit) are embraced by a fluffy croissant made

Find them: 2821 California St., San Francisco

If you're going to try anything at b. Patisserie, try what they're most famously known for - the kouign amann. The coveted pastry is a cross between a morning bun and a croissant

Find them: 460 1st St E., Sonoma | 411 Hartz Avenue, Suite A., Danville 

The beehive cake is so good, Basque Boulanderie's pastry chef went on the Food Network for her famous cake. It's made with sweet Danish dough, vanilla custard and honey,

The olive bread loaf is a fan favorite at Phoenix Pastificio that's stuffed with Kalamata olives. Good luck having just one slice. 

Find them: 1250 Addison St. Berkeley

The olive bread loaf is a fan favorite at Phoenix Pastificio that's stuffed with Kalamata olives. Good luck having just one slice. 

Find them: 1250 Addison

Find them: 2343 Broadway, Oakland

Find them: 1601 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley | 1 Ferry Building, Stall #15, San Francisco                       

Find them: 1601 San Pablo

The burnt almond cake is a fan favorite among East San Jose residents. This fluffy cake is more than 70 years old and the crushed almonds topping offer a sweet and salty crunch. The cake is usually bought by customers for special occasions, but if you don't want to commit to the whole thing you can also order it by the slice.    

Find them: 3108 Alum Rock Ave., San Jose

The burnt almond cake is a fan favorite among East San Jose residents. This fluffy cake is more than 70 years old and the crushed almonds topping offer a sweet and salty

Find them: 1051 San Pablo Ave, Albany

Find them: 1051 San Pablo

Find them: 2811 Story Rd., San Jose

Mexico Bakery creates a variety of pan dulces (sweet bread) but among their most popular items are the conchas (pictured left). It's a soft, spongy bread coated with a sugar mixture on

Jane The Bakery has an impressive array of baked goods, from their matcha knot to the cardamon lattice bun. A lot of the pastries change season to season, but their staples and customer favorites are the French baguettes and classic croissants.  

Find them: 1881 Geary Blvd., San Francisco

Jane The Bakery has an impressive array of baked goods, from their matcha knot to the cardamon lattice bun. A lot of the pastries change season to season,

Boudin Bakery didn't invent sourdough, but it certainly perfected it. They've been baking sourdough bread in San Francisco since 1849 by using a special mother that thrives in foggy climates. The best way to enjoy their sourdough bread is by bread bowl with clam chowder. 

Boudin Bakery didn't invent sourdough, but it certainly perfected it. They've been baking sourdough bread in San Francisco since 1849 by using a special mother that thrives in

Find them: 1605 2nd Ave., Oakland

Find them: 1605 2nd Ave., Oakland

Find them: 5427 Telegraph Ave., Oakland | 1 Ferry Bldg, San Francisco

Find them: 5427 Telegraph

This Healdsburg bakery is known for its artisan bread but the most popular one is their sourdough. This longstanding bakery has been in business since 1923.  

Find them: 417 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

This Healdsburg bakery is known for its artisan bread but the most popular one is their sourdough. This longstanding bakery has been in business since 1923.  

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La Farine opens up shop at 7 a.m. sells out of the decadent morning bun by 4 p.m. 

Find them: 6323 College Ave., Oakland | 4094 Piedmont Ave., Oakland | 3411 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland

La Farine opens up shop at 7 a.m. sells out of the decadent morning bun by 4 p.m. 

Find them: 6323 College Ave., Oakland | 4094 Piedmont Ave., Oakland | 3411 Fruitvale

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When Third Culture Bakery first debuted their mochi muffin in 2016, only six wholesale coffee shops offered the coveted Indonesian-inspired snack. By 2018, the mochi muffin quickly caught momentum and the company expanded to 60 wholesale vendors. The pastry itself is crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. 

Find them: 2701 8th St., Berkeley

When Third Culture Bakery first debuted their mochi muffin in 2016, only six wholesale coffee shops offered the coveted Indonesian-inspired snack. By 2018, the mochi muffin

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