If you have a craving for Guatemalan and Salvadoran baked goods, Angie’s Bakery in Richmond can hook you up, one hound says. wolfe praises the quality and prices of these pastries, which you can find in a display case in the space that once housed Pit Boss Barbeque at McBryde and San Pablo.
A “sweet, crispy” pineapple turnover (three for $1) was loaded with fruit, as was a crispy, 15-inch-long stick-shaped pastry, “sort of like a diet palmier.” On Saturday, Salvadoran tamales sell for $2 each. “Worth a stop if you’re in the neighborhood,” wolfe says.
Angie’s Bakery [East Bay]
12889 San Pablo Avenue, Richmond