In 1976, Rosa opened her first official storefront, Porto’s Bakery on Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park, California. Raul Sr. would help out when not working at another local bakery, and after several years, he was able to join Rosa to continue to grow the business.
When did Portos Glendale Open?
We couldn’t have found a better use than Porto’s.” Owner Raul Porto, 45, said he and his family already are feeling welcomed by neighboring business owners, city officials and residents. His family opened its first bakery in Los Angeles in the early 1970s, then moved it to Glendale in 1978.
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.
Why is Porto’s so popular?
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.
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.
Does Porto bakery use lard?
The items that contain lard are made up of the following but not limited to Cuban Crackers (lard), Cuban Bread (lard), Bolillo (lard), Flauta (lard), Chorizo Pie (no lard, only pork), Tamal (lard & pork), Ham Croquette (no lard, only ham), and any item with pork/chorizo from our Cafe.
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.