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I went to this place just to try the pretzel croissant and it was out of this world!! Amazing ;) Give it a try, highly recommended!! Yummmmooo!
Before we went to New York, I spent months on research for good food places: restaurants, bakieres, cafes, street carts. City Bakery hot chocolate was everywhere. Everyone would always say "it's like they melted best chocolate bars into a cup, you have to try a pretzel croissant too!" We ordere a pretzel croissant and two hot chocolates. It wasn't the... 更多
This restaurant has salads, a hot food bar, and many bakery items, but the real standout is the hot chocolate. It is the richest hot chocolate I have ever tasted. During the winter season you can add a homemade marshmallow to it. It is the best thing ever on a cold day. We just visited last week and I also... 更多
We visited on a very cold and snowy Sunday in March. Pretty busy in there but we managed to get a good seat. The hot choc with the marshmallow is delicious and the visit is worth it for that alone. We ate the caramelised French toast which was also excellent and a bit of the cinnamon/walnut baker's muffin which to... 更多
Loked in here from a review in a travel guide, well worth the visit. The hot chocolate was thick and rich, kids loved it. The cakes and cookies were a delight. The coffee is bottomless so great value. The Flatiron building is a 5 min walk away.
Overpriced and underwhelming. $3.50 for an average or below chocolate chip cookie? No thanks. I'd rather have one from Potbelly, and also, there they are only $1. If you want something gourmet, try the salted chocolate chip cookie at the Smile Newsstand in Tribeca... amazing! I won't waste my $ at City Bakery again.
The hot chocolate is incredibly expensive ($7 if you get the homemade marshmallow, which you should since it's the best part) and INCREDIBLY thick. Like chocolate soup. Definitely get some water to go with it so you don't drown in it. All in all, though, would recommend giving it a try!
We wandered in for an afternoon coffee expecting a little cafe and were surprised to discover a massive space with all kinds of treats on offer. The first day I had possibly the best latte I've ever had, and my friend had chocolate cheesecake and cappuccino, but we had to go back another day to try their lunch offerings. My... 更多