Party Cake Bakery is All Over Miami

The Party Cake Bakery on Miller and 100th is hands down the most inviting and beautiful Cuban bakery in Miami I’ve ever seen. The space left me wanting to try everything.

Party Cake Cakery has multiple locations around town; however, the Coral Way and 107th Avenue bakery is the one I frequent most. It’s also the closest one to my parent’s house in Westchester.

Party Cake Bakery on Miller & 100th
Party Cake Bakery Counter at Miller & 100th

Party Cake Bakery History

Juan & Olga Montana, owners of Party Cake Bakery
Juan & Olga Montana, owners of Party Cake Bakery

Back in 1993, Olga and Juan Montano took a leap of faith. They had four young boys and a job they cherished, but they decided to chase their dreams, something their parents could only dream of in communist Cuba.

And so, on May 1st, 1993, Party Cake Bakery came to life. They started small, with just a 1,300-square-foot bakery on the up-and-coming west side of Miami, on Miller Drive. But that little dream grew into something tangible.

Fast-forward to more than 25 years later, and that dream is still alive and thriving. Due to their incredible team and loyal customers, they’ve got thirteen locations in South Florida. I should know; I’m one of them.

Party Cake Bakery Food Talk

Party Cake Bakery Box
Party Cake Bakery Box

Nine times out of ten, when you open a Party Cake Bakery box at my parent‘s house, it’s ham croquetas, pastelitos de guayaba (guava), and carne (beef). You can not go wrong with that trio.

Box of Croquetas and Pastelitos from Party Cake Bakery
Box of Croquetas and Pastelitos

And 99% of the time, I’m taking everything to go. On some occasions, if it’s early enough, I’ll take a load off and grab a cafe con leche along with a pan con tortilla.

The pressed omelet sandwich has Swiss cheese, ham, and onions on the Cuban flauta (long bread). Don’t forget to add mayo; it ties the flavors with the crusty bread.

Pan con Tortilla from Party Cake Bakery
Pan con Tortilla

There’s an extensive selection of desserts, including faves like natilla (pudding), tres leches, and arroz con leche (rice pudding). There’s not a bad one in the bunch.

Party Cake Bakery Postres
Postres

I have eaten my fair share of fluffy buns (insert joke here) in my lifetime, but the Cuban bread rolls from Party Cake Bakery are next level. They don’t make many of them, so get there earlier or spend the rest of the day crying cause you didn’t get one.

Cuban Bread Rolls from Party Cake Bakery
Cuban Bread Rolls

The Tortilla Española (Spanish-style omelet) is a sleeper dish for sharing. I don’t think they’re available per slice, so you’ll be forced to buy the entire thing, which is not a bad thing!

Tortilla Española from Party Cake Bakery
Tortilla Española

In a pinch and headed to a get-together? Party Cake Bakery has a variety of sweet and savory trays to make you a hero wherever you show up.

Tray of Party Croquetas from Party Cake Bakery
Tray of Party Croquetas

Events

Party Cake Bakery doesn’t participate in many events, but it did participate in the South Beach and Wine Food Festival, Croquetas and Champagne, which I curated.

Party Cake Bakery at the 2017 South Beach Wine & Food Festival Croquetas & Champagne event
The good folks of Party Cake Bakery at my 2017 South Beach Wine & Food Festival Croquetas and Champagne event

And at Croqueta Palooza 2016 and 2018, where they sampled croquetas and flan.

Croqueta Palooza 2018 attendees enjoying the Party Cake Bakery Flan
Croqueta Palooza 2018 attendees enjoying the Party Cake Bakery Flan

Party Cake Bakery
10676 SW 24th Street
Miami, FL
(305) 226-8457

Website – https://www.partycakebakery.com
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/party_cake_bakery
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/partycakebakery

Monday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday 6:00 am – 4:00 pm

Party Cake Bakery
10000 SW 56th Street
Miami, FL
(305) 279-2865

Monday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 5:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday 6:00 am – 4:00 pm

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