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Posted by Marsha on 08/19/2010
a little difficult to get too if you dont have a car, but well worth the travel. this place is DELICIOUS. everything is well made and while it is a little pricey it is worth the money (also free wi-fi is a major plus). the cupcakes are a little on the small side but the slices of cake they give you are HUGE. We had the sweet and salty cake (rich but delicious), cupcake, brookie (brownie with a cookie backed in the middle, and yes it tastes even better than it sounds), strawberry whoopie pie (little cloud of heaven) and a couple of other things. and everything was amazing. most of the desserts arent overpowering and the textures and different tastes blend oh so perfectly together. i would highly recommend to anyone, and i would suggest you bring a couple of friends so you can try a little of everything. YUM.
Posted by Jason on 01/24/2010
I wonder about the sincerity of Bob Barker's review - I've been there many times and every single time the workers have been super nice. No hint of cooler-than-thou attitude. I like the coffee and when I splurge on a treat, it's definitely a treat. Also, the yogurt-granola-fruit parfaits and the one sandwich I've had were excellent.
Posted by Gnosticnag on 11/24/2009
Great coffee shop and bakery. I've always been greeted with a smile and/or friendly conversation. AND there's always a friendly dog outside waiting on his/her owner. Very pleasant experiences.
Posted by Bob Barker on 05/31/2009
I have been twice and both times I have been overwhelmed by rudeness and an in hospitality that stems from being cooler then me. poor showing once again
Posted by Half-Baked on 07/22/2008
I saw Baked on the Martha Stewart Show and the Food Network. I had some high expectations. I purchased several items and some were good and others were mediocre. I had two least favorite items. First was their dark chocolate brownie. It was too cakey and dry. Also, the peanut butter cookie was too crumbly and dry. Maybe they were stale, maybe they were over baked or maybe they needed more shortening. In my opinion, a box of Duncan Hines brownie mix and Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix would have been better and less expensive (plus more for your money.) The best was their homemade whoopie pie was good. It was nice and light with subtle flavors. The rice crispy peanut butter and chocolate bar was OK, but it was heavy and too rich. That sums it up, Half-Baked....half was good and half was bad, hence mediocre.
Posted by H on 06/02/2008
It was a bit of a shlep to get to Baked NYC but it was well worth the trip. I had wanted to see if they had the smaller versions of the different cakes but they werent there. Instead I got some chocolate malt and pistaschio cupcakes and baked bars. The baked bars are truely yummy...better than magnolia's version. The pistaschio cupcake was delicious but sugar sweet makes the definitive version IMHO. If you live in the Red Hook area, its definitely a place to hit. I'll make a special trip on another occassion
Posted by CityRider on 04/24/2007
This is the best bakery I've been to in my life. The cupcakes are to DIE for and so are all the cakes. We get the "birthday cake" for allmy friends and everyone loves it. The cake is light and buttery and the frosting is true buttercream. Not the heavy gross cement stuff that passes as buttercream at some other places. Try the red hot red velvet cake too. Amazing. The coffee is also top notch.