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From the talented pastry chef Francois Payard, exquisite French pastries, tarts, and bread.
Outposts of the famed Parisian bakery with a reputation built on its flawless baguette.
Order early for ordering holiday pies and desserts from New York's best bakeries.
A bakery based in Yonkers, New York serving the NYC sweet-eating community.
Brooklyn-based bakery specializing in classic hand-crafted pies in flavors that change seasonally.
An outstanding bakery with superb bread including a stellar pane pugliese, authentic pizzas, and other excellent choices. Two locations.
Middle Eastern pastry shop in Astoria.
Italian bakery in Astoria. Excellent breads and sweets.
Colombian bakery in Astoria.
An Egyptian grocer and halal butcher shop.
A large grocery store with foods from around the world.
A full-service grocery market that specializes in Greek foods.
A bakery and cafe in Astoria with Greek, Italian and French pastries.
The granddaddy of New York City supermarkets. Huge selection, great prices, and oh, those crowds....
Coffee & Tea
Cheese & Dairy
Full-service market with good selections in produce, cheese, bread and bakery, meats and grocery items.
Proof that specialization can be genius.
Cookie specialists in Boerum Hill.
A Romanian bakery with all things sweet, in Ridgewood, Queens.
>From Pure Vanilla, by Shauna Sever.
Extraordinary sweet and savory pastries, sold in selected stores, markets, and online. So very worth the search.
Breads and pastries from Eli Zabar at Grand Central Market.
A pie and cake bakery in Hell's Kitchen. Especially loved for their apple, southern pecan, and densely chocolate Mississippi mud pies.
Organic and locally grown foods as well as ones produced by sustainable methods. Produce, coffee, grain-fed meats, cheese, and fish.
A bakery specializing in pies and other baked goods, judged "outstanding" by The New York Times.
One of Paris's best boulangers in NYC. Their baguette is without peer.
Claire Sauerhoff, formerly of The Exceptional Brownie, an award-winning kosher bakery, talks with us about the traditions of sweets and baking for the Jewish holidays.
A brownie recipe that won a national competition for "the best darn brownie." This one is kosher for Passover.
Made kosher for Passover, a cake that looks as good as it tastes.
An American bakery with old fashioned pies, cakes and cookies that are as if home-made, and all are excellent quality and flavor.
Small chain of high quality grocers, up and down Manhattan's west side.
Matzoh hand-made in a dwindling number of Brooklyn bakeries, all under rabbinical supervision for Passover. Put your order in early.
A salty, buttery, and savory tart made with store-bought puff pastry, prosciutto and sliced cherry tomatoes.
Brickoven bread bakery in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. Established in 1927.
Pasticceria in Bensonhurst that specializes in Sicilian cakes and cookies, and gelati.
A homey bakery with three Queens locations.
A New York institution, Zabar's has evolved from being a deli to a full-service market.
A top quality national grocery chain with a growing commitment to local farmers and competitive prices.
Italian pastry shop in the West Village.
A neighborhood bakery in Park Slope for over 20 years.
Online store, recipe archive, and community of home bakers from the makers of King Arthur Flour.
Italian grocers in Bay Ridge with an excellent charcuterie.
Traditional kosher bakery in Borough Park.
The "kosher Whole Foods" -- a 20,000 square foot full-service grocery.
French pastry shop in Dumbo with a cult following for its croissants.
Beautifully stocked and edited supermarket in Fort Greene, near the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Run by people who love great ingredients.
Boerum Hill bakery that specializes in cakes and cupcakes.
Full-service organic market and grocer in Greenpoint.
Full-service market in Brooklyn Heights.
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