Bakery or Strip Club?


Bunz (1134 W Thorndale). Bakery, I think.

2 Comments so far

  1. Bryan Bowden (chi_bryan) on June 23rd, 2008 @ 1:24 pm

    My friend worked at the American Girl Place, and had business cards that made it look like he worked at a "gentleman’s club" instead of a doll store.

  2. ohdee118 on June 23rd, 2008 @ 8:13 pm

    If you want to do a post on a bakery that has been serving the Chicagoland community for YEARS you should check out La Baguette. To this day La Baguette is the only bakery that my family ever goes to. You can ask any Hispanic family about La Baguette and the chances are great that they will know what you’re talking about. La Baguette became a staple of Chicago’s Hispanic community and now it has spread to 11 locations in Chicagoland. Not only are their pastries delicious but they come in some of the most creative designs I have ever seen. La Baguette’s expertise and tradition of excellence is unmatched in Chicago. There are plenty of pictures on its website showcasing its AWESOMENESS.

    La Baguette Bakery
    3117 W. 26th Street
    Chicago, IL 60623

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