Vicky Bakery Brings Traditional, Handcrafted Cuban Pastries to Coral Springs Community

Vicky Bakery Brings Traditional, Handcrafted Cuban Pastries to Coral Springs Community
By Sharon Aron Baron

Vicky Bakery, a South Florida institution since 1972, has officially opened its newest location in Coral Springs.

The family-owned Cuban bakery has been serving traditional, handcrafted pastries, sandwiches, desserts, and coffee to the community for 50 years, and its newest location, located at 2528 N. University Drive in the Royal University Plaza, is no exception.

Co-owners Alicio Pina, Nosbely Toledo, and Nosdiel Silva have been deeply involved with Vicky Bakery for years and now own and operate seven Vicky Bakeries across South Florida. They saw a need for their world-famous pastelitos, croquetas, and café in Coral Springs and are thrilled to finally be open and serving the community.

“Our formula is simple…create high quality, handcrafted, traditional Cuban pastries, sandwiches, desserts, and coffee prepared fresh daily,” said Pina. “We knew there was a need for our world-famous pastelitos, croquetas, and café in Coral Springs, and we’re so excited to finally be open and serving the community.”

For 50 years, Vicky Bakery’s Cuban roots and steadfast commitment to tradition have allowed the brand to stand out against the competition, passing along the love, time, and traditions that went into making pastries originally in 1972.

Today, that set of core values, along with its belief in quality, variety, convenience, and experience, still determines its direction and has kept the brand on solid footing.

“Our menu is timeless. It’s classic for a reason,” said Silva. “We don’t change the recipes because there is something so authentic, so pure about our food. Once you bite into a croqueta or pastelito, you can immediately imagine what life must have been like in Cuba before communism took hold on the island.”

Vicky Bakery began with a vision in 1972 by founders Antonio and Gelasia Cao, who decided to open a bakery and make pastries the way they first learned in Cuba.

With one foot anchored in tradition and the other firmly planted in the future, Vicky Bakery has grown to nearly 20 locations across South Florida, with new bakeries set to open in Palm Beach, Orlando, and Southwest Florida, in addition to other markets, soon.

“Our growth has always been calculated and strategic,” said Alex Santiago, CEO of Vicky Bakery. “We’re currently under construction in additional markets across South Florida, and we’re still looking at additional growth in Palm Beach County, Orlando, Collier County, and up the state through next year. Vicky Bakery is committed to bringing traditional, handcrafted Cuban pastries and sandwiches to even more communities across Florida.”

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron
Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.

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