FLOUR AND WEIRDOUGHS IS MIAMI’S WACKIEST BAKERY SERVING DELICIOUS SOURDOUGH
Amid the pandemic, a new neighborhood bakery was born. Flour and Weirdoughs is a rustic bakery in Key Biscayne brought to you by founders Carlos Flores and Chef Renata Ferraro. It also happens to be one of the only bakeries in Miami that mills their flour in-house. Serving some of the most flavorful and nutritional sourdough bread we’ve ever had.
Flour and Weirdoughs has a small storefront where the bread and baked goodies are on display. The coolest part is through the revolving glass door. Take a peek and check out Chef Renata and her talented team of bakers, rolling croissants, shaping sourdough, and baking them off.
WHAT YOU’RE GETTING
House specialties include the basic AF croissant (the most delicious buttery croissant we’ve ever had) and its brisket b*tch croissant (smoked brisket in-house, provolone, and grain mustard). Chef Renata is a lamination queen. Ironically, she doesn’t really have a sweet tooth but makes the most amazing brioche cinnamon rolls. They’re not over-powering and are balanced in flavor.
They are constantly pushing the bakery boundaries with their wacky sourdough creations. Such as blood sausage and bleu cheese sourdough that Flores says, “lives in the future and people aren’t ready for it yet”. And their creative viennoiserie-style pastries like the al pastor danish with a charred pineapple and cilantro relish and al pastor marinated pork. If you haven’t stopped by yet, now is the time.
They keep it fresh and relevant with monthly weekend specials and for November a favorite is coming back. Hungries will go wild for the “I can’t even” pumpkin cinnamon roll with maple glaze and pecans. The perfect holiday gift. Expect other Fall-inspired treats dropping soon.
Pull up after a bike ride or drive to the Key for the goodies, but also the coffee. Their state-of-the-art Casadio espresso machine proudly serves J Gursey Coffee (Machine Gun Kelly’s favorite coffee). Not a coffee drinker? That’s okay. They have matcha and tea as well. Oh, and they also have that fresh-squeezed orange juice. The real thing.
Miami is lucky to have Flour and Weirdoughs. For more information click HERE.