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Best of PGH 2018 finalists: Best Bakery

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We're revealing the top 10 nominees for this year's Best of Pittsburgh reader's poll. Below are finalists for Best Bakery. Check back on August 8 to see who took the top three spots, and click here to get your tickets to this year's Best of Party before it sells out!

Jean-Marc Chatellier's French Bakery

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Since 1992, Chatellier's macarons have been seducing Pittsburghers and Parisians alike.

Oakmont Bakery

The pastry case at Oakmont is endless, overflowing with cupcakes, doughnuts, bagels, fresh bread, pastries— you name it, they have it.

Prantl's Bakery

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Have you actually been to Pittsburgh if you don't eat Prantl's Burnt Almond Torte?

La Gourmandine

Find yourself a corner of France in the 'Burgh with one of La Gourmandine's delicious croissants.

Gaby et Jules

Gaby et Jules takes macarons to the next level with flavors like Mojito, Blue Hawaiian and White Basil Chocolate.

Lincoln Bakery

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Need a specialty cake? Linoln Bakery is the place to go.

The Butterwood Bake Consortium
Late night cake. LATE NIGHT CAKE. 

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