While large Thanksgiving gatherings might not be possible this year, everyone still deserves a large plate of delicious food after the year that we’ve had. And don’t forget the dessert! Luckily, the Bronx has no shortage of bakeries and mom & pop shops to choose a variety of options from. So if your budget allows, try supporting a local business where you’ll find gourmet sweets of all kinds to
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You had me at Cannoli. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Artuso Pastry Shop’s new Cannoli Bar, then be sure to plan a trip soon! Available during store hours, guests are able to customize their cannoli and choose from a variety of shells (plain, powdered, or chocolate dipped), a delicious selection of creams (from the classic to pumpkin to peppermint and more), and finish it off
Located at 274 City Island Avenue, Clipper Coffee opened it’s doors back in September. We just had a chance to stop in for a latte and muffin this morning, and love what they’ve done so far with the space. Offering several seating options, this new cafe looks to be a welcomed addition to our borough’s island neighborhood. I opted for a Pumpkin Spice Latte and a blueberry
Last week we had a chance to stop in and check out the new The Coffee Break Company on Philip Avenue in the Bronx. They officially opened for their soft launch back in September and have so far proven to be a welcomed staple in the neighborhood offering both coffee, baked goods, lunch items, and more. The logo itself is a clock, so it’s no surprise the
If you stay current with us on social media, then you know I love a good coffee shop. So when I’ve had the chance to stop in to Mottley Kitchen on E. 140th Street, it’s been a real treat. This cafe and catering kitchen is open Tuesday through Saturday and offers up coffee, tea, fresh baked pastries, and more. On our first visit my friend had the Green Goddess
Earlier last month, we finally had the chance to check out Prince Coffee House on Arthur Avenue. After opening in Spring of 2016, the coffee house sits on the corner of Crescent and East 184th street. With outdoor seating and a treelined sidewalk, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a warm cup of coffee or tea before the cold weather forces all coffee dates indoors until further notice.
Earlier this month we checked out a new coffee shop in Throggs Neck, The Miles Coffee Bar. Located at 4039 East Tremont Ave, this aesthetically pleasing coffee spot is an awesome addition to the neighborhood. The Miles serves up NYC local Sweetleaf South-American blend coffees, tea and a variety of fresh pastries baked in-house. There are also some light breakfast and lunch menu items. On our visit we tried
Once you become a mom, chances are you have the quickest route to the nearest coffee shop mapped out. Whether it’s a drive thru for a quick caffeine fix, or a local place to sit and have a few moments alone- a great cup of coffee can make everything go smoother. If you’re in the area, be sure to head over to Mon Amour Coffee & Wine located on W.
If you’ve paid attention while driving down East Tremont Avenue near the Castle Hill section of the Bronx, then we’re sure this storefront has caught your eye. A cute boutique style awning with shabby chic decor inside, There Should Always Be Cake stands out among the typical storefronts surrounding it. Not only is the decor perfect for a bakery, the design of their cakes, cupcakes, and other delectable desserts are