Comunidad de Los Hornitos Bakery en la Internet
Welcome to Los Hornitos Bakery

Our passion is to provide the best service to every customer. We will make you feel like part of the family and not just someone who goes to buy bread or even a cake for that special moment. Remember, we've always got a place set for you, and we look forward to seeing you.

Our time is carefully used for those extra special cakes for you. We make sure that is the way you want it, and even better; don't worry about thinking how can you pull this off, we will help you to make it really special.
We offer every type of cakes for everyone's desire.If you don't see it in our display just let us know and we will be happy to make it for you. We make B-day cakes, wedding cakes, christening cakes, etc.


A taste of Chile offered at
Los Hornitos bakery
Poughkeepsie Journal

By Daniel Mochon • Oct 4, 2007
                I smile to myself with smug satisfaction as I spy the long queue spilling out onto the sidewalk from the popular doughnut chain a few doors down from Los Hornitos in Wappingers Falls. Not only am I going to be on my way quicker, but my breakfast will be much tastier - a sandwich that's prepared to order and served on a handmade roll, scratch baked just an hour or so before I arrive.
                Monica and Hector Lorca opened the small, 13-seat bakery-café in February 2005, and named the place after a famous restaurant in the Chilean capital of Santiago where they first fell in love. Hanging from the walls are pictures of the renowned clay ovens of the original Los Hornitos, along with seaside renderings of the Chilean coast and a black gaucho (cowboy) hat.
                Much of the floor space is taken up by a long, L-shaped counter with illuminated cases that display the wide variety of cakes, cookies and pastries made on the premises. Freshly baked bread (50 cents to $3) in all shapes and sizes is also showcased in a bank of fabric-lined baskets behind the main counter.............................................................. read more

Los Hornitos Bakery-Cafe serves sandwiches on homemade rolls. (Kathy McLaughlin/Poughkeepsie Journal)
Los Hornitos Bakery Cafe

1582 Route 9, Dutchess Plaza, Wappingers Falls; 845-298-8683;; Casual Chilean and Latin Cuisine; open seven days for breakfast, lunch and dinner; Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; handicapped accessible; all major credit cards accepted; entire menu available for take-out; takeaway and off-premises catering available; one vegetarian item available; not suitable for vegans; restrooms available; delivery not available.

Menu and specials price range: 50 cents-$12; cakes, $15-$140; wedding cakes by appointment.

Directions: From Poughkeepsie, take Route 9 south to Wappingers Falls. Make sure you are in the left lane after the intersection with New Hackensack Road (Wendy's will be on your right) and take a left at the next light into Dutchess Shopping Plaza where Main Street intersects Route 9. Los Hornitos is near the north end of the mall.

July 2007

Churrasco (steak sandwich) $6.50

Sandwiched in a tiny strip mall on Route 9 in Wappingers Falls, Los Hornitos could easily be overlooked. The small Chilean bakery-café might not draw you in with its appearance, but once hungry customers step inside, they almost always come back. And they bring other folks. “My friend took me there once, and now I bring my other friends for lunch all the time,” said one 22-year-old Poughkeepsie woman. “Their stuff is addicting!” That “stuff” is Latin breakfast and lunch fare — everything from piping-hot soups to hearty sandwiches and creamy desserts.

Our recommendation: the Churrasco, a melt-in-your-mouth steak sandwich that is expertly paired with creamy avocado, tomato, cheese and mayo and stuffed into an amasado roll (a traditional heavy, rich bread that is hand-kneaded and baked in a wood-stoked oven). The Chilean owners, Hector and Monica Lorca, met at a famous restaurant in their home country, also called Los Hornitos. It was their hope to open an eatery of their own by the same name, and that dream came true in February of 2005. Monica’s South American-influenced combinations such as shredded chicken and rice in a creamy lentil soup give meals an exotic touch, but they are careful not to leave out standard favorites such as bagels, tuna — even BLTs. Smoothies with fresh fruits like mangoes and blackberries are blended behind the counter, and you can choose juices and sodas (both Latin and American) from the cooler. And as stuffed as you might be, please don’t forget the baked goods. One wall is lined with baskets containing an array of breads and rolls baked in their brick oven. A large display case features freshly baked cakes, cookies and other desserts, including Dulce de Leche, a thick, creamy caramel spread. Monica says that one of their most popular dessert items is the Tres Leches, an airy cake soaked in milk and topped with light icing and fresh fruit — a bargain at only $2.75. “It’s so good,” she says. “People sometimes ask for it for their wedding.”

Our Location :
1582 Route 9 Dutchess Plaza
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
(across from Dairy Queen).
For MapQuest Location Click Here

DutchessWebDesign.COM, Web Design for Hudson Valley and All USA. DutchessWebDesign.COM, Web Design for Hudson Valley and All USA
Comunidad de Los Hornitos Bakery en la Internet