The Upper West Side is chock full of overwhelming bakeries. That’s because a area smells so great, solely when a breeze is floating in from New Jersey.
Eater famous 4 of those bakeries in a new list of their 15 favorite bakeries in a city.
Recolte: This new bakery during 300 Amsterdam Avenue (74th) was non-stop by cook Peng-Chieh Wang, who “incorporates softer Japanese flours into some breads and pastries to grasp an airier texture. The season of a butter and fruit shines by sugared brioche sprinkled with cherries or layered with pears.”
Orwasher’s: The bakery during 81st and Amsterdam “is best famous for a rugelach, pumpernickel bread, spelt loaves, preserve doughnuts, and black-and-white cookies, though don’t skip a sticky-bun babka, chocolate croissants, seeded bagels, glassy doughnuts, turnovers, or cherry cheese strudel — it’s some of a best in a city.”
Epicerie Boulud: The fritter chefs during a store on 64th and Broadway aren’t “afraid to experiment: The inside of his chocolate-raspberry croissant is plump with dim chocolate cream while a outward is a turn of prohibited pink, creation it an Instagram sensation.”
Breads Bakery: The sequence has an opening during 63rd and Broadway. “Breads’ babka has turn a new fritter idol in a city full of black-and-white cookies and wedges of cheesecake.”
There are, of course, lots some-more good bakeries in a neighborhood, including Pain d’Epices during 104 West 70th Street; La Toulousaine during 942 Amsterdam (106th Street) and of march Levain during 167 West 74th Street and 351 Amsterdam (77th). Add your favorites in a comments.
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