Guest Blogger: Jessica Edison

in Greenwich Village on the corner of Bleecker and 11th. This bakery is fairly famous and known for
its cupcakes. I actually first heard of
it from a friend in Columbus, Ohio. Also, it’s apparently mentioned in Sex and the City. The bakery’s reputation precedes
it—I have been there probably half a dozen times and the line has always been
literally out the door and around the corner. However, the line moves quickly and the wait is well worth it. For a mere $2 you can get a freshly baked and
delicious cupcake. Though, I must warn
you it’s difficult to only get one.

My personal favorite is
a vanilla cupcake with chocolate icing. There is always a choice of vanilla and chocolate cupcakes as well as
chocolate or vanilla icing.  In addition,
there are cookies, cakes, and other typical bakery items. (My friend’s
boyfriend raves about the banana pudding). Also, if you are feeling parched, the bakery sells bottled water for $1
which is the cheapest I have found anywhere. This bakery is fairly close to NYU and definitely worth checking out.

            401 Bleecker St
            New York, NY

            Phone: (212) 462-2572

A, C, E at 14th St; L at 8th Ave

Hours: Mon 12pm-11:30pm,
        Tue-Fri 9am-11:30pm ,
        Sat 10am-12:30am,
        Sun 10am-11:30pm

1 Comment

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One response to “Guest Blogger: Jessica Edison

  1. Miriam

    I’m actually familiar with this bakery and knew which one you were speaking of. However, you don’t actually mention the name of the bakery in your post!

    Probably just the sugar high! 🙂

    I’m glad you guys are having fun 🙂

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