Pictures taken back home .. there are "no pictures allowed" inside La Perla Bakery. And honestly, what fkn sane gluten loving person walks into a bakery store and says hey I want to take a bunch of pictures of this yummy stuff? No, no-no, all you're really thinking about is stuffing it in your mouth.But, before you're allowed to do that, you should carefully pile up as much as you truly desire using the tongs provided onto a handy platter, stand in line, and pay beforehand.No prices are listed but arrest assured that each individual item is priced at less than $1. Advice to come in with at least $5 is just the smart thing to do because honestly you'll want more than one piece.Intuitively one is drawn to what pleases their eye first, but if you want to know what's actually within the bread itself simply ask and any of the workers will let you know in either Spanish or English what the name of the pastry is as well as what it contains inside.I purchased all of this in the box plus the bag of semitas and a large cup of coffee for $11. There are a few more fruit filled pastries hidden underneath the concha.This place is doing everything right.