We’ve narrowed down our favorite bakeries so you know where to go when you’re craving a pastry, cookie, brownie, or cake.
Mark your calendars: Jan. 24 is National Peanut Butter Day, a chance to indulge in your favorite ooey, gooey, slightly salty dessert.
The five bakeries listed below have got your holiday dessert needs covered: Cookies? Check. Pie? Check. Brownies? Oh, yes, most definitely yes.
If you’re anything like us, you don’t need an excuse to eat a cookie, especially any of those made at the five awesome bakeries in Manhattan described below.
These dishes combine the salty, savoriness of bacon with the soul-satisfying sweetness of baked goods and chocolate.
The city’s most unusual donuts go beyond Boston cream and honey dip. In some cases, they even go beyond round. But no matter how wild or wacky, these donuts share one common characteristic: they’re all utterly yummy.
The very best whoopie pies offer a cakey, airy chew and creamy frosting in the shape of a cookie. Here are our five favorite whoopie pie outposts in the city.
Looking for a sweet Hoboken treat? Skip the line at Carlo’s Bakery and feast on these breads and pastries found all over the city.
While there’s nothing wrong with a wedge of good old-fashioned cherry a la mode or a bit of coconut cream with extra whipped cream, sometimes you want to give your taste buds a zap. Enter these restaurants, all of which offer unique, and yummy, pies.
After chef Dominique Ansel introduced the Cronut™ to the world, people went crazy for this half-croissant, half-doughnut hybrid, with some folks getting in line in front of his eponymous SoHo bakery as early as 4am. If you don’t feel like getting up before dawn, check out the restaurants below. While they don’t make Cronuts, what they do make is sure to satisfy just the same.
From fancy booze-infused treats to classic cookies, these St. Patrick’s Day goodies will have you feeling lucky – whether you’re Irish or not.
Brooklyn has always been home to numerous great bakeries, with a few new ones poised to join the long-standing ranks. Whether you’re looking for a slice of homemade pie or a rendition of Ebinger’s famous Brooklyn Blackout Cake, here are the borough’s best.
With so many options available, finding a truly deliciously rich cannoli can be tricky. New Jersey has some of the finest authentic Italian pastry shops in the country. Here are the 5 best cannolis in the Garden State.
Muffins-small rounds of sweet satisfaction–are one of the best breakfast foods around. Fast, easy on the wallet and delicious–plus they go great with coffee.
We’ve been scouring the bake shops (tough job, right?) and we’ve sourced out the best places pick up a slice or a cupcake in the Westchester region.