If you grew up in the Midwest, there’s a good chance your archetype of a bakery looks a lot like southwest side institution Weber’s. After all, the focus at this perpetually-packed spot is on hearty, comforting fare that’s descended from German, Polish, and Scandinavian roots, yet over time has evolved its own regional character. Breakfast pastries are a particular strength here; the cheese sweet roll, with its silky filling and buttery streusel topping, is a worthy indulgence, while the cake donut, surprisingly light beneath an icing of chocolate ganache, is a customer favorite.
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