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Where to find the best mooncakes

Posted June 26th, 2018
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The Chinese mid-autumn Moon Festival, or zhong qiu jie, falls this year on Monday, September 24.

One of the traditions of this holiday is to give mooncakes to friends and loved ones. These are small pastries stuffed with lotus, dates, or red bean, and maybe a salted duck egg yolk. You’re not supposed to buy them for yourself, so if you want to try them, you’ll have to give them to someone you think will share with you!

Luckily for us, we live in one of our country’s delicious mooncake epicenters – the San Gabriel Valley. Our buses can’t take you to the moon, but they can definitely get you to a mooncake or three.

85C Bakery Café

85C mooncakeAzusa: Line 188, Route 66 and Barranca Ave

Claremont: Line 480, Indian Hill Blvd and American Ave

Hacienda Heights: Line 185, Colima Rd and Manor Gate Rd

Pasadena: Line 187, Colorado Blvd and Arroyo Pkwy

West Covina: Line 281 or Line 480, Citrus Ave and South Garvey Ave

99 Ranch Market

Hacienda Heights: Lines 185, 280, 281, 282, 285, 289, or 482, Puente Hills Mall

Rowland Heights: Line 178, Nogales St and San Jose Ave

JJ BakeryJJ Bakery

Arcadia: Line 187, Huntington Dr and Baldwin Ave

 

Kee Wah Bakery

Arcadia: Line 187, Huntington Dr and Baldwin AveKee Wah mooncake

Rowland Heights: Line 178, Nogales St and San Jose Ave. Line 289, Nogales St and Walnut Dr

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh My Pan Bakery & Cafe

Pasadena: Line 187, Colorado Blvd & Marengo Ave

T S Emporium

 

T S Emporium

City of Industry: Line 178 or Line 482, Colima Rd and Albatross Rd.

Rowland Heights: Line 178, Nogales St and Daisetta St

 

 

Wing Hop Fung

Arcadia: Line 187, Westfield Mall Santa Anita

 

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