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Cosa Duci Italian Bakery
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Behind the enticing counter at Cosa Duci bakery in Boca Raton is a quiet hum of many hands hard at work, preparing classic Italian desserts.
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141 NW 20th St B21 Boca Raton, FL 33431
141 Northwest 20th Street B21USFloridaBoca Raton33431
(561) 393-1201cosaduci.com
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Monday ClosedTuesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday Closed
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We specialize in artisan Italian cookies, biscotti, fig cookies, cannoli, rainbow cookies, tiramisu, cakes and so much more! Sorry, we no longer bake gluten-free items. 
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"In May 2015 I purchased over a pound of in-house baked assorted Italian cookies."
"The pastries are to die for and her lunch menus are authentic Italian food."
"Family owned, family recipes!"
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Luccia R
a month ago
In May 2015 I purchased over a pound of in-house baked assorted Italian cookies. A little more expensive but so delicious it was worth the price. They have a large selection of all the famous baked goods, just no bread. On June 2, 2015 we ate their lunch special of a small cup of creamy vegetable soup with 3 pieces of rosemary bread floating on top. The second dish was a meat stew of 2 large cheese ravioli, a small very flavorful sausage, 2 outstanding meatballs, a little eggplant and potato in a delicious sauce. Special price of only $11.99. Their dining area is more like a home's dining room than a restaurant dining room. Its cozy with all different table sizes (rectangular, square, round), pictures on the walls and a breakfront. Space is very limited if you go for lunch or an afternoon coffee and pastry. Under all circumstances, this place is a gem.
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Amanda Trim
3 years ago
We had lunch, expresso and pastry there today and it was awesome! The cannoli was not too sweet. Would definitely go back!
Response from the owner - 3 years ago
Thank you Amanda! We are lucky to have YOU as our customer.
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Jeff Tockman
6 months ago
everything i ordered was perfect
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Ken Horkavy
2 years ago
family owned, family recipes! Yum yum
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Georgeta Fondos
2 years ago
I have to say this place is excellent - very warm welcome and quick service. The food was great! Thank you,
Judith Mitchell
2 years ago
This is what I am missing all those years! This place , is just an amazing business! They have great bread in here, they also have cakes and you can order in advance.
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Matias Mimessi
a year ago
Great food, excellent service, best place for lunch around town.
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5 years ago
This is the best kept secret in town. I ended up there by chance as I was invited by an Italian friend of mine. To my surprise I ran into an Italian Club that meets there regularly for coffee and great conversation. The food is outstanding. The pastries are to die for and her lunch menus are authentic Italian food. You better get there early for lunch because seating is limited but well worth it. Just today when I went to Whole Foods I was pleasantly surprised to find her biscotti in the area where you order a cup of coffee.
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