June 13, 2013
Ah spring, the time for love, flowers, rain, and sweets. Let’s be serious folks. There isn’t a season that isn’t for sweets! We’ve compiled a list of the sweetest city treasures so that you can satisfy any sugar cravings. Check out our Sweet Treats guide to the best of New York Bakeries.
Magnolia Bakery – This bakery was made famous by an episode of Sex and the City, and with good reason! New Yorkers have been singing the praises of these treats since they first opened in 1996. If you’re addicted to Magnolia, you can also join their Cupcake Club. Each month you will get a box of sweet surprised delivered to your door!
Magnolia Bakery (www.magnoliabakery.com/)
401 Bleecker St, New York, NY
Veniero’s – This is a really old-school Italian bakery, like 1894 old-school, and they use the same ingredients they used back then, now. That must be why Veniero’s received the City’s Best title of “Best Desserts” in 2010.
342 E.11th St. NY, NY
Sprinkles – Looking to expand your cupcake horizons? Sprinkles is the place for you. With flavor offerings like triple cinnamon, chai latte, and s’more, this is the place to explore your taste buds. They even have vegan and gluten-free options!
780 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10065
Mille-feuille Bakery Cafe – If you’re feeling French, head to the Mille-feuille Bakery Cafe. Flaky French pastries are, without a doubt, some of the most-beloved, and having an almond croissant from this bakery is almost like walking through the romantic streets of Paris, almost.
Mille-feuille Bakery Cafe (www.millefeuille-nyc.com/)
552 LaGuardia Pl, New York, NY
Takahachi Bakery – The Takahachi Bakery is one of the best places to go for authentic Japanese pastries. Famous for its buns, of which they have over 60 varieties, this place is not to be missed if you’re looking for some unique flavors.
Takahachi Bakery (takahachibakery.com/)
25 Murray St New York, NY 10007
And if you’re riding home to New Jersey on Seastreak, be sure to bring some goodies home to share!
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