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Dough is probably the world's greatest donut shop, though there are some contenders in San Francisco and Portland, Oregon. The product is paradoxically light and cakey at the same... More »
The real draw at this Asian dessert bar is the ice cream, which has an impossibly silken and dense texture, and is offered in flavors like Ovaltine and Vietnamese... More »
The selection of cookies and pastries will knock you out at Laziza Sweets, an Astorian showcase of Middle Eastern baked goods, some stuffed with dates and dotted with... More »
Presided over by Thomas Keller, this facsimile boulangerie in the Time Warner Center may be the closest most of us come to eating at the French Laundry. The baked goods... More »
This huge duplex space houses a sophisticated version of a cafeteria, with fetch-yer-own salads, sandwiches, room-temperature pastas, fried chicken, baked salmon, and the... More »
The crunchy Apulian crackers called taralli are an excellent substitute for pretzels, and the best southern Italian bakeries in Brooklyn make them in several... More »
Head to Red Hook and find Steve's Authentic Key Lime Pie, a go-to spot in the neighborhood that offers a wide range of sweet treats and goodies.
One of the newest additions to the burgeoning dining strip, this cyber cafe provides a welcome roost for blocked writers, distressed designers, Pratt students, and... More »
The women of La Moderna Bakery will adorn a cake with just about any scene you can imagine. And they definitely don't skimp when it comes to the icing. A friend's... More »
Beard Papa Sweets Cafe first opened in Osaka, Japan. It's best to ignore the creepy logo -- a beanie-wearing man with a white beard and black pipe -- and enjoy the... More »
For nearly a decade, a Japanese bodega named Yagura operated near the corner of Madison Avenue and 41st Street, on a block that runs directly east from the New York Public Library's stone lions. In addition to groceries, a prepared-food operation in front with a raised seating area—like a cattle pen—became a lunchtime favorite of librarians and office workers. The menu...
It's an unsettling start to the summer when the phrase "zombie apocalypse" is tossed about so often, followed by nervous laughter. But there's nothing like "herring with sour cream and boiled vegetables" to strike fear into my heart. Will the flesh of that poor, innocent fish be pulped by acid, the cream fizzing with age, or the vegetables waterlogged?
It's common to credit an 18th-century Earl of Sandwich with inventing his namesake creation. As the story goes, John Montagu was a gambling fanatic who couldn't step away from the cribbage table for a moment. He ordered a servant to put some cold roast beef between two slices of bread and bring it to him—so he could hold it in one hand and keep playing without besmirching the...
I decided to take a walk around the neighborhood during my first relaxing day after moving to Brooklyn and realized that I was near Brooklyn Kolache Co. I'd seen a great video about one week prior that highlighted what they were doing there and I definitely wanted to get my first taste of a kolache soon. I walked in and really dug the atmosphere of the place....Read Full Review
you must try there MAGIC COOKIE BARS..1 word AMAZING!!!!Read Full Review
A little overpriced.Read Full Review
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