A'putia Sicilian Pastry & Cafe

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179 5th Ave., New York, NY 11217 179 5th Ave., New York Directions
+17187892466
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Report | 4 years ago
Delicious!
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i have eaten cannoli in both Bensonhurst and Italy,and found these on the 2 groupon's i bought pretty bad--altho those who had not had cannolis before were quite pleased, except that all agreed that they were too sweet.What a disappointment! ... and it's in my neighborhood--the rest of the pastry were mostly very American---blueberry muffins?chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies?I wept with shame and pity for them since Blue Sky is only blocks away and Franny"s overpriced cannoli are too filled with pistachios and I love pistachios,but not too many!Alba' re-opened in Bensonhurst is so much better, perhaps these Sicilians should visit.
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Over price. There are too many good pastry shops with goods made in New York for us to import ok pastries from Sicily. The coffee was very good!
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Both cannoli and capuccino were every bit as delightful as advertised. A big plus-these guys could not have been more hospitable.
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The place is very nice, great coffe, the pastries look very delicious , I already used the groupon for cassata, it looks great, still didn't try it, but I am sure it won't disappoint
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Cannoli: crisp, cookie-like tubes stuffed with generous heaps of sheep ricotta cream. Cassata: ricotta-filled, liqueur-laced sponge cake embraced by a blanket of marzipan. Both desserts originated in Sicily—and so does chef Giacomo d'Alessandro. His pursuit of the perfect cannoli began when he couldn't find a cannoli in New York that measured up to the ones he knew from home. So he decided to make his own and now ships pastry ingredients in to his bakery from the Sicilian village of Agrigento. Thanks to his skills and those ingredients, his cafe diners now get to experience authentic flavors and textures from Sicily on the streets of New York City.

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