In all fairness I didn’t not try anything else at the bakery other than the king cake. As a New Orleans native I was dying for a king cake come Mardi Gras so of course I came here after researching best king cakes in Houston...More
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A wonderful bakery with delicious offerings. I had the best challah ever. Should have bought an extra for French toast. The prune danish are my favorites but they only have them on weekends at this location. Will definitely go back to stock up.
I stopped by Three brothers Bakery on Friday afternoon. As you might expect, the selection had been depleted in anticipation of the Sabbath. However, I did find delicious poppy seed pockets, almond paste sticks and mini-gingerbread figures which were the delight of our grandchildren. The...More
Smells wonderful. The aroma of fresh baked goods. Cupcakes. Bagels. Cinnamon. Lots of Delights. Warm atmosphere.
This is pertaining to location on Washington Ave. I purchased two chips and friends cookies and a gingerbread man from the African American lady at the counter. She gave them to me all stuffed in a single cookie bag. Upon examination I I discovered the...More
We stopped for cupcakes and coffee. I didn't particularly like my cupcake (coconut tasted more like vanilla) but the latte was delicious. The barista who made it for me took her time and made it perfectly. My daughter had an iced latte and a Reese's...More
This review concerns the location on Washington Ave. We ordered my daughter's wedding cake from 3 Brothers Washington location, and it was amazing! We visited several other well known bakeries before making the decision to go with 3 Brothers, and their products did not compare,...More
Three Brothers Bakery is a traditional Jewish bakery in Houston. A landmark place for the past 68 years, it continues a bakery tradition started in Poland before 1840. Started in a downtown location, the bakery moved to its present location around 1960. In addition to...More