Bakeries in East New York

Baked Goods and Beverages at Milk & Cookies Bakery (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

Milk & Cookies

West Village

Fresh-baked cookies, brownies, and bars served in a West Village shop where guests can even create their own cookies from choice ingredients

$20 $9.99

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12 or 40 Gourmet Macarons at Mille-Feuille (Up to 36% Off)

Mille-feuille Bakery Cafe

Multiple Locations

French-trained pastry chef crafts macarons that “Time Out New York” called “among the city’s best”

$29 $19

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Custom-Designed Cake or Wedding Cake for 200 or More at Cakalicious Cakes (Up to 60% Off)

Cakalicious Cakes

Brooklyn

Custom cakes decorated for any occasion available in a number of flavors alongside formal event, ceremonial or wedding cakes

$50 $20

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Baked Goods at Annie Mae's Bakery (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Annie Mae's Bakery

Bedford - Stuyvesant

Pastry chef Danielle Moore creates homemade pies in flavors such as pumpkin and sweet potato, as well as custom cheesecakes and pastries

$20 $11

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Two or Five Custom, Hot-to-Order Fried Dough Pastries at Frepes Pastry Bar (Up to 53% Off)

Frepes Pastry Bar

Midtown East

Patrons custom-design their own whole-wheat, hot-to-order fried dough pastries; topping them with a choice of spreads, drizzles and toppings

$33.75 $16

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Marshmallows, Brownies, Other Sweet Treats, and Beverages at Three Tarts (50% Off)

Three Tarts

The Plaza Food Hall

Sweet shop featured on Good Morning Amerca whips up dark-chocolate brownies and spongy marshmallow squares

$20 $10

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Up to 43% Off Pastry — Lee Lee's Baked Goods; Valid Monday - Thursday Noon - 7 PM

Lee Lee's Baked Goods

Harlem

Quaint bakery dishes out signature raspberry, apricot & chocolate rugelach alongside cakes, pastries & other treats

$7 $4

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Three Groupons, Each Redeemable for One Sampler Box or $10 Worth of Desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets (Up to50% Off)

Lady Lexis Sweets

New York

Baked goods and treats such as oatmeal creme pie, peanut butter oatmeal cookies and old fashion peanut brittle

$10 $5

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$13 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Menu Items at Sugartown Bakery Cafe ($20 Value)

Sugartown Bakery Cafe

Jersey City

Bakers whip up espresso drinks and sweet treats such as cupcakes, cookies, rum cakes, and chocolate-covered croissants

$10 $6.50

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Dozen Cupcakes or One Custom Cake at Miller's Bakery (Up to 50% Off)

Miller's Bakery

Multiple Locations

For nearly 70 years, expert bakers have been hand-crafting gourmet cupcakes and cakes made with premium ingredients and flavors

$27 $14

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Kosher Baked Goods at ZuckerBakers (Half Off). Two Options Available.

ZuckerBakers

Wantagh

A kosher, pareve, and nut-free bakery prepares challah, rye bread, cakes, and cookies

$10 $5

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$12 for One Dozen Apple-Cider Donuts and a Half-Gallon of Pumpkin Ice Cream at Applegate Farm ($21 Value)

Applegate Farm

Upper Montclair

167-year-old dairy farm celebrates the autumn with apple-cider donuts and pumpkin ice cream

$21 $12

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As a child, Gene Davidovich delighted in the robust aromas of baked bread. It wafted from his Grandma Zoya's kitchen, where the future entrepreneur eagerly observed old-fashioned preparation methods and tasted generations-old recipes. Today, Gene hand rolls and kettle boils fresh bagels every morning to honor his grandmother's legacy, and, according to ABC News, his are some of the few bagels to sneak seeds onto both sides.

Although bagels?prepared in flavors such as blueberry and pumpernickel?may be the main attraction at this Woodside bakery, they certainly don't hog the spotlight. Born from real yogurt, butter, and flour, tins of kosher, handmade muffins accompany artisanal breads prepared from ancestral recipes that, like the music of date back to 600 AD. For Francophile sweet teeth, the store's exclusive line of pastries from the Bridor company in France come straight out of the oven every morning.

120 Essex St.
New York,
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137 E Houston St
New York,
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Though Aigner Chocolates has yet to receive many online user reviews, three Yelpers give it a 4.5-star average:

103-02 Metropolitan Avenue
Forest Hills,
NY
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The warmth of rustic Old World cooking meets the elegance of modern metropolitan living at Circolo45. Executive Chef Daniele Sicuranza leads the kitchen as he and his team create upscale renditions of iconic Italian comfort foods. Beginning with handmade pastas and locally sourced produce, the chefs forge home-style florentine meatballs as well as dishes that showcase a more refined approach, such as spaghetti with decadent black summer truffles and a whole, salt-crusted branzino served with sautéed vegetables. Surrounded by a setting that features brown leather banquettes, orange and gray walls, and tables custom-built from distressed wood according to The Village Voice, diners can enjoy their meals with a bottle or glass from the restaurant's six-page wine list, which predominantly features Italian producers, yet still includes selections from California, New York, Oregon, and the wine-spewing geysers of Washington State.

45 Bond Street
New York,
NY
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Lexis Gonzalez has always had a knack for making people smile. Her secret isn't a perfectly deployed goofy hat, but rather the sweet treats she bakes from scratch. Before she knew it, Lexis was being rewarded with as many trophies as grins after she began submitting creations to dessert-making contests. Inspired, the confectionist decided to open her own shop. Now, with help and baking advice from her mother, Lexis serves up her acclaimed desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets. Customers can savor chocolate coconut and lemon raspberry cookies, peruse enticing displays of truffles and peanut brittle, and make a sweet lunch out of oatmeal creme pie cookie sandwiches.

1931 Madison Avenue
New York,
NY
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The enchanting scent of sugar and popcorn wafts through the city, leading visitors to Kettle Corn NYC booths, where they can watch the snack being made in front of their eyes. The process, which was featured on the Food Network, occurs in a 500-degree kettle, where popping corn is swiftly stirred with a wooden paddle to ensure an even coating of flavor. Kettle Corn NYC owner and chef Ken Nercessian uniformly coats kernels with a kaleidoscope of more than 15 flavors he?s created including original kettle corn, spicy ranch, chocolate covered cherry, and cheddar-caramel.

41 West 40th Street
New York,
NY
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