Enjoy mouth-watering Mexican plates at La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe

Photo courtesy of La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe

Stop in for sweet or savory baked goods, lunch or breakfast tacos, and made-to-order entrees at La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe.

Located on Dunlavy in a small washateria shopping strip near Indiana Street, this family-run Montrose mainstay is known for their charming and cozy, no-frills ambiance that come juxtaposed with their big, big, decadent flavors.

When you visit this all-day breakfast and lunch spot, hit their quaint patio and try early morning favorites like their breakfast torta, breakfast croissant, a variety of breakfast tacos, chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, migas and more.

Looking for something more suitable for the afternoon? Try one of many delectable lunch plates and other notables including, fajitas, flautas, mole poblano, enchiladas verdes, tacos al carbon, pollo guisado, quesadillas, and not to mention, their tasty baked treats.

Before you leave, be sure to grab a refreshing Vampiro. Consisting of carrot, orange, and beet juice, this instant hangover cure is just what the doctor ordered −and its three ingredients all separate naturally, which gives off a pleasing rainbow effect. It truly is a drink as beautiful to look at as it is delicious to sip on.

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Photo courtesy of La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe

La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe in Montrose

Vampiro | Photo courtesy of La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe
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Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.