Flour And Weirdoughs
Where to Eat in Miami Right Now
The gist: The journey to Key Biscayne is worth it for the kind of addictive baked goods people in big cities wait in line for hours just to try. Fortunately, there’s rarely a line here (except for weekends) for the baguettes, croissants, and pastries we’ll easily call South Florida’s best.
The food: If you’re willing to wait in line for bagels, you should be willing to jump in your car and cross the causeway for the best scratch bakery in Miami. This quirky shop on the Key is baking up croissants, muffins, cookies, baguettes, and other oven-fresh breads that are so good the word “carb” will disappear from your vocabulary. They’ve also got a solid menu of sandwiches served on their own creations. Do yourself a favor and get a little bit of everything to take home, just try not to eat it all before you get there.
Cost: Pastries $4 - $5, sandwiches $12 - $14