Quick Answer: How many Portos are there?

At its four locations in Burbank, Glendale, Downey, and Buena Park, Porto’s Bakery & Café serves over 6 million customers a year.

How many Portos locations are there?

Porto’s has gradually grown into five existing locations in Glendale, Burbank, Downey, Buena Park, and West Covina with a sixth location in Northridge on the way.

Which is the original Portos?

Founded in 1960 by Rosa and her husband Raul Porto Sr., Porto’s now operates locations in Burbank, Glendale, Downey, Buena Park, and West Covina. Porto’s Bakery traces its roots to Manzanillo, Cuba, where Rosa worked as a home economics teacher before she began to sell cakes from the family home.

Is Portos Filipino owned?

Porto’s Bakery is a cuban family-owned and operated business that has served Glendale and its surrounding areas for over 35 years and they recently opened a beautiful new store in Burbank.

Can you go inside Porto’s?

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All locations are now open for dine-in and are no longer offering in-car pick up.

Can you get Portos delivered?

Order delivery on the go. DoorDash is always at your fingertips. Delivery available from participating Porto’s Bakery & Cafe locations in the United States and Canada.

Over its 46-year history in Los Angeles, the Cuban bakery has earned a reputation for serving addictive – and dirt cheap – sweet and savory baked goods. Porto’s expansion to Orange County, and next year to West Covina, comes as Cuba has seized a moment in the pop culture zeitgeist.

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How much money does Portos make?

Portos Bakery Fast Facts

Portos Bakery’s annual revenues are $10-$50 million (see exact revenue data) and has 100-500 employees. It is classified as operating in the Bakeries & Baked Goods Stores industry.

Is Porto’s a franchise?

In order to maintain our high quality standards, Porto’s Bakery continues to be family-owned and operated. We do not offer a franchise program.

Are Portos cookies good?

Porto’s is a great stop for lunch or pastries. They have great chocolate chip cookies, sour dough bread, chicken croquettes, and cakes. There will be lines but the move quickly and worth the wait.

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