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Blue Sky Bakery
53 5th Ave.
Some muffin purists dismiss bran varieties as being too good to be good for you. But the blackberry raspberry muffin baked from scratch at Blue Sky Bakery would easily change their minds. Slightly crunchy on the outside, the fresh fruit center is a warm surprise on the inside.
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Ted and Honey
264 Clinton St.
The generous size of the banana chocolate-chip muffin is its first attraction. The second is that it’s still warm. The third is that combination of slightly melted chocolate with banana. The fourth…oh, it’s already gone.
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41 W. 58th St.
The sweetly crunchy coconut tops at Fika are served in muffin tins. They go perfectly with their smooth Swedish coffee.
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339 Greenwich St.
The brunch menu at Sarabeth’s offers a basket of homemade muffins with their legendary preserves. What better way to start your day? These delights make the restaurant’s inevitable Sunday wait time worth it.
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Order the pecan stickies and take extra napkins. The nuts are generous and the pastry is lip-smacking good. True, it’s not technically a muffin. But if you worry about those things, try their buckwheat rosemary muffin with lemon marmalade.