Most of us can’t go to France on a whim for fresh pastries, so what to do? How about a quick visit to one of the cutest bakeries in New York City, Mille Feuille. This beloved NYC bakery churns out some of the best croissants.
Supermoon Bakehouse is the brainchild of Ry Stephen, the mastermind behind L.A. and San Francisco’s Mr. Holmes Bakehouse.The star of the show is the filled croissant, which became an Instagram sensation and sells out by noon.
Originally founded in 1916, Orwashers is one of the longest running businesses on the Upper East Side and recently opened a second bakery in the Upper West Side. This classic New York City bakery has been serving New Yorkers for more than 105 years!
Originally started as a French bakery and cafe in Soho, Maman has spread like wildfire and currently boasts 13 locations. What really put them on the map was Oprah listing their nutty chocolate chip cookie as one of her favorite things.
A few years ago the chocolate babka was named the best in NYC — arguably the best in the world! Dark chocolate ribbons enrobed in Nutella delicately folded into layers of airy dough pockets... Need we say more?
The bakery’s name comes from the Urdu word that describes the “taste and essence of food, the flavor and magic that make it delicious.” The bakery lives up to the name by offering years of world-travel experience that shines through in the various assortments of baked foods
Daily Provisions was opened by Danny Meyer, the mastermind behind Shake Shack.This bakery is famous for crullers, no doubt, but the true star of the show is the great sandwich menu, which offers some of the best breakfast sandwiches in New York City.
Rarely, in a city offering SO many food options, does a place stand so far above the rest but Levain Bakery is an exception. These incredible treats will reappear to you in dreams.
If you’re looking for the best bakeries in NYC make a beeline for Dominique Ansel. Often considered one of the most innovative bakeries in New York City, this gem is beloved by locals and visitors alike.
This tiny and cute NYC bakery sells thousands of croissants a day, which is probably all you need to know about how good they are. And it’s true, the croissants are perfect, but so is everything else on the menu