On a side street just a block away from the Jardin in the centro of San Miguel de Allende, in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico, you will find these blue doors. They are often locked, looking like they’ve stood that way since the colonial city’s founding in the 18th century. But don’t be discouraged —
Come in the morning and you will find, behind them, a dazzling assortment of Mexican pastries, ranging from sweet to too-sweet (with a couple of savories for contrast), all fresh from the oven of this outrageous panadería. When they run out, they run out, and the blue doors are locked for the day. So don’t be late!
Oh, its name? The Blue Door Bakery, what else?