La Segunda Central Bakery

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La Segunda Central Bakery is a historic purveyor of Cuban bread, pastries, and other baked goods in the Ybor City section of Tampa, Florida. Founded in 1915, it was one of three bakeries begun in a co-op: La Primera, La Segunda and La Tercera. The other two folded and La Segunda was purchased by Juan Moré, whose family has continued its operation for four generations.

La Segunda Central is the largest baker of Cuban bread in Tampa and delivers its signature product to many stores and restaurants around town, including the historic Columbia Restaurant nearby in Ybor City.[1] The business operates as a wholesale and retail bakery as well as a deli, offering a wide assortment of specialties including media noche bread, scacciata, meat pies, sausage rolls, guava turnovers, Spanish cuisine flan, Italian cookie, sandwiches, cakes and café con leche. The bakery is located at 2512 N 15th Street.[2]

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  1. ^ Carlton, Sue (20 February 2015). "100 years of Cuban bread at Ybor City's La Segunda Central Bakery". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved 25 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Marty Clear For 65 years, he brought Cuban bread all over town; Anthony More and his brother helped develop the family's business, La Segunda Bakery in Ybor City November 28, 2003 St Pete Times (now Tampa Bay Times)

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Coordinates: 27°57′57″N 82°26′36″W / 27.9658°N 82.4434°W / 27.9658; -82.4434