Delicious pastries and they were a bit hit at the holiday party where I brought them.
Everything we got was awesome and the staff was happy to accommodate requests.
I will definitely go back.
I have been going to Rosie's in South Station since it's opening and have always enjoyed their offerings-always the finest ingredients. Their oatmeal raisin cookies, Boom Booms, and Lemon Squares are my favorite. Keep up the good work, Rosie!!
I did have a problem. I decided to use my groupon to buy goodies on a Saturday. I called to find out when the stand at South Station opened. I was told a time, and I arrived shortly after that time to find that there was very little in the cases. Only a few whole cakes. I was hoping to buy a selection of small things but was told that they didn't "really" open with all that for another hour. I bought the cake which was fine (and delicious. I must say, it was sinfully delicious) but was disappointed I didn't have the choice I wanted. Especially since I called to confirm timing!
Love the white on white cake, although it wasn't available for use with my Groupon.
A major problem was that they ran out of pastries and cakes the week before the Groupon expired, so there were minimal options the three times I tried to use the Groupon.
Brownies were great, staff were very friendly, will definetely go back.
should have picked different location--south station location at noon had little to chose from
used entire groupon for cupcakes for special occasion and they were stale!!!!
Always delicious and the service is quite nice.
From Our Editors
Judy Rosenberg didn’t set out to be an award-winning chef or an NPR-lauded cookbook author. The owner of Rosie’s Bakery found her calling in 1974 after attending art school and gobbling desserts at some of New York’s finest bakeries, becoming inspired to forge her own batch of sweets. When the staff of a local cheesecake shop got hooked on her homemade cookies, she knew she’d found a recipe for success. Since then, she’s expanded her culinary repertoire to include fudge-nut brownies, bavarian-cream fruit tarts, and more than 14 types of muffins and scones.
Each recipe teems with real, old-fashioned ingredients, such as butter, cream, sugar, and edible monocles. Cakes come in circular layers and rectangular sheets, boasting flavors such as carrot and mocha. Filled with snickerdoodles and chocolate-chip rounds, the cookie lineup conjures more childhood memories than a psychiatrist who rides to work in an ice-cream truck.