Coffee & Treats in New Rochelle

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Variety is often dubbed the spice of life, but at Trilogy Bake Shop, it might be the sugar. The bakery whips up specially flavored cupcakes each day, delighting taste buds with fresh combinations such as carrot cake with coconut lime frosting and vanilla cake with seasonal jam. Alongside these revolving miniatures, Trilogy offers handheld treats including blueberry muffins, almond croissants, and oatmeal ginger cookies. But the bakers' sweet creativity might be best displayed through their other innovative desserts, as they layer Hawaiian sweet bread with vanilla bean gelato and customize cakes with birthday wishes or tasteful limericks.

679 Main St.
New Rochelle,
NY
US

Mirta Gambini and her daughters, Marianna and Maria, each have different skills: pastry baking, fine arts, and interior design, but Chantilly Patisserie sees them bringing their talents together for a unified confectionary. The pastry baking is self-explanatory. Every morning, the bakers craft European-style sweets by hand, from cupcakes to tarts and macaroons. The fine arts can be seen in the elaborate presentation and decorating, especially with special occasion cakes. The underwater treasure chest, replica of a Monopoly board, and triceratops complete with horns, spikes, and jungle vegetation, are all masterpieces worthy of any edible museum. Finally, a sharp sense of interior design can be seen in the shop itself. The walls are a rich cream with dark coffee trim, their muted tones allowing the colorful treats to pop at hungry eyes.

135 Parkway Rd
Bronxville,
NY
US

A Best of Westchester winner in 2003, 2004, and 2005 with votes from readers and editors of Westchester Magazine, Slave to the Grind's owners Andrew and Carol Marshall have remained focused on brewing great coffee since 1993. Within the coffee house's retro interior, eight different brewed coffees stand ready to pour into cups staged on a mahogany and stained glass bar back salvaged from the burned-down Hotel Gramatan. With more than 50 bean varieties to choose from, visitors can also pick up bags to brew at home, including certified Kona coffee beans, cultivated on the slopes of Hawaiian volcanoes that regularly erupt with delicious cream and sugar.

58 Pondfield Rd
Bronxville,
NY
US

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