Review: Neighbor Bakehouse.

San Francisco is a city that takes its baked goods and pastries very seriously.

Within the last year I’ve visited a good amount of San Francisco’s most popular bakeries such as Tartine Bakery and Café, Tartine Manufactory, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, b. patisserie, Arsicault Bakery, and Craftsman and Wolves. All have been terrific with their own specialities and Neighbor Bakehouse definitely didn’t disappoint. Located in the Dogpatch, Neighbor Bakehouse serves up some killer pastries that will make you drool.

Small Selection of Quality Goods.

Pistachio Blackberry Twice Baked Croissant (8.5/10), Everything Croissant (9/10), Ham and Cheese Morning Bun (9/10). Chocolate Claw (8/10), and Ginger Pull-Apart Bread (9/10).

These pastries were bombbb! My favorite sweet pastry was the ginger pull apart bread. Ooey gooey chunks of chewy moist brioche bread with nuances of aromatic spicy ginger with caramelized sugar on top. Sooo good. Both savory pastries were equally as delicious. The everything croissant was genius; it was just like an everything bagel with various seeds, onion, and garlic, but in croissant form! Morning buns are typically sweet but their version had slices of ham and cheese inside with seeds on the outside. Even though the bakery is slightly out of the way, it’s worth the trek for some awesome baked goods.

My overall rating is an 8.5-9/10.

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