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prima | Dec 1, 202012:12 PM     14

Which bakeries would you recommend these days for old school Sicilian pastries? Open to more general Italian pastry shops/bakeries, but I'd love to find a place selling Sicilian specialties. There was a spot on Wilson near Dufferin that closed ahout 15 years ago.

I've bought a lot of Italian pastries from Tre Mari, Forno Culture and Sud Forno. I visited North Pole for zeppole di San Giuseppe on March 13th (the pastries were fair).

Haven't been to LaManna. San Remo doesn't have what I'm looking for.

I haven't been to St Philip's for a decade- and wouldn't be traveling to Woodbridge for pastries right now.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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