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Panio Atelier du Pain: bread as you never knew it

By Karla Ortiz

Panio recently opened its doors at a new branch on Salida a Celaya 69, next to Gombos Pizza. With this new project, they seek to create something different. At the beginning the idea was to attract a different market, such as sanmiguelenses who were “required to eat in the outskirts of the city.” However, within a month of opening, they have realized that tourists are also coming to their store, making rapid growth possible.

“With whom you share the bread” is its main thrust, to offer a nice place where you can pamper your loved ones with coffee, a muffin, breakfast, or even a dinner. Bread is the ideal thing to improve your day. Panio has set out to please each of its clients, opening from 8 am to 10 pm, for those who are having an important breakfast to those who just want to have a delicious breakfast before going to work. If you’re late going home after a hard day and you don’t have anything to prepare, you can go to Panio and take a look at their menu for afternoon and night. You can find wine, cheese, bread, sweet breads, pastries, cakes, salads, hamburgers, eggs, chilaquiles, desserts, coffee, tea, juice, or special cookies for your pet. They also have cooking products and utensils.

You don’t have to worry about not finding parking. On Salida a Celaya you can find many places nearby. For Levain & Co (the company behind Panio), it was very important to start the project as soon as possible because they had been planning it for years. They were set to manage the new premises. Salida a Celaya has gradually become a gastronomic reference for its wide variety of restaurants: Mexican, Asian, Italian, and French. Some people believe that this street will be very important for tourism in the future.

Panio’s distinguishing feature is the nobility of its products. They always try to involve their customers in the production processes, showing how the bakers work. Now in the new branch, they plan to integrate workshops for which, from December onward, customers can sign up for classes to learn how to make a baguette or Garibaldi bread. They even plan to teach people to create a three course menu, from the entrée that could be a salad, to a hamburger, and a dessert. The objective of these workshops is to allow the student to learn from the processes that Panio uses. It is a way to open their doors and let others become aware of what happens in their kitchen as well as teaching them to be comfortable in the kitchen, knowing that they can prepare something delicious.

Panio also plan seasonal workshops. Now that Christmas is coming, they want to include workshops for children in biscuits or gingerbread houses. Panio’s other plus point is that they now have home delivery service, so you can enjoy a hot coffee, cake, or a good breakfast wherever you are. It is worth mentioning that by season, they will be offering a menu for home delivery or for lunch at the restaurant. And, for the first time, they will be serving traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year. Visit their social networks to find out what’s coming.


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