San Francisco residents joined Christians around the world in celebrating Three Kings Day on Saturday.
Also known as Epiphany, the holiday is celebrated every Jan. 6 to commemorate when the Magi, or wise men from the East, brought gifts to the infant Jesus.
In many Latin American cultures, a big part of the holiday is eating a rosca de reyes, or Three Kings cake.
At bakeries across San Francisco's Mission District on Saturday, the display windows were filled with the colorful kings cakes -- big, oval shaped cakes with a hole in the middle, topped with candied fruit and strips of pink and yellow sugar paste.
What you can't see is the figurine of a baby Jesus hidden inside the cake. Tradition holds that whoever ends up with the baby in their slice of cake has to throw a party on Feb. 2.