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    i need to get a cake in santiago, for a little kids birthday party.. any recommendations?

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    Good variety of delicious cakes at good prices...with free decoration/writing...at PriceSmart.

    La Sirena and Nacional both have good cakes as well.

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    WTF!?!?

    I'm not a sweets guy, but I know Dominican cake is probably the best cake in the world.

    How a Dominican guy with a family in the Cibao in the coffee business can't come up with an amazing bizcocho from the local reposterķa is beyond comprehension.

    And shame on you, DavidZ. I understand you to be a man of distinguished taste...sending the boy to a box store. Tsk tsk.

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    I buy cakes from El Nacional because they are as good as any I've had here and inexpensive. They put birthday wishes on the cake for free too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollogringo View Post
    WTF!?!?

    I'm not a sweets guy, but I know Dominican cake is probably the best cake in the world.

    How a Dominican guy with a family in the Cibao in the coffee business can't come up with an amazing bizcocho from the local reposterķa is beyond comprehension.

    And shame on you, DavidZ. I understand you to be a man of distinguished taste...sending the boy to a box store. Tsk tsk.
    I'm sure I could, in La Vega where I'm from.. but I also like getting new recommendations from members on dr1, never hurts to try something new.. and how someone could post so many words without even a bit of helpful information is beyond comprehension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayanora View Post
    I'm sure I could, in La Vega where I'm from.. but I also like getting new recommendations from members on dr1, never hurts to try something new.. and how someone could post so many words without even a bit of helpful information is beyond comprehension.
    https://www.facebook.com/reposteriafifasudejer

    809-247-6460


    Don't say I never helped you.

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    I would suggest Lumijor on Ave Raphael Vidal. They have a personalised service and my adopted Dominican families devour the cakes.

    Quote Originally Posted by sayanora View Post
    I'm sure I could, in La Vega where I'm from.. but I also like getting new recommendations from members on dr1, never hurts to try something new.. and how someone could post so many words without even a bit of helpful information is beyond comprehension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollogringo View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/reposteriafifasudejer

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    Don't say I never helped you.
    lol.. thanks man..

    Let me google that for you

    coulda just linked me this.. anyways, if anyone has any real recommendations I'm still open to hearing them

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    Also on Raphael Vidal is La Campagna
    Panaderia which is top class but comes with a corresponding price.

    You get what you pay for.....springs to mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinty05 View Post
    I would suggest Lumijor on Ave Raphael Vidal. They have a personalised service and my adopted Dominican families devour the cakes.
    Great suggestion, considering I live only about 1mile away from it I might check it out, my other option is Bravo, I know their bread is absolutely awesome, but not sure about their cakes.

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