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Posted by sprung on food on 02/06/2014
Everyone always hears about "real New York cheesecake". So, where are you supposed to find it? Well, you can start at Eileen's Special Cheesecake in NoLIta.
Posted by Ez2bNice on 05/04/2011
One of favorite places to buy cheesecakes! For my birthday, my friends surprised me with a 6" strawberry cheesecake. I was rather touched by their thoughtfulness because I love, lovee, loveee cheesecakes! I want to commend Eileen for continuing to produce extremely light cheesecakes that even my boyfriend, who is lactose intolerant, is able to enjoy it. We both love the homemade crust. Thank you Eileen!
Posted by Happy Diners on 10/20/2010
These fluffy cheese cakes are so good! :) We especially love their pumpkin & mango flavours :D Service tends to be on the slow side and there's simply too much paraphernalia and articles praising her cheesecakes on the walls... can be tacky.
Posted by A Frequent Diner on 06/30/2008
Who needs fancy ? - - the best cheesecake, cookies and rugalach in NYC (bar none). I'll put these fine desserts up against any trendy bakery's finest (just wait 'til you tate the difference).
Posted by Anonymous on 10/23/2007
A group of friends and I were in the City for a girls getaway when we stumpled upon this wonderful little bakery. By the multiple people streaming in an out we decided that it was a must. And it soooo was. so much that we went again the next night. The mini cheesecakes are to die for and at $3.00 what a bargain in NYC. And FYI Mexico Radio next door is great as well.
Posted by eggberry on 10/21/2007
i remember this place used to be one of the best places to go in the middle of the night if you wanted a quick snack. but over the past year, its been slowly going downhill. the people behind the register are becoming rude and quality has slowly been going downhill. the cheesecakes used to be very known for being fluffy but have lately been becoming dense and packed like most mass produced cheesecakes. its slowly losing its home made taste - and soon all of their customers. what was once a packed snack shop is now a desert of desserts.
Posted by about cheesecake on 02/01/2006
First time brought by a friend who claimed this place has very nice cheesecake. I was disappointed. Reasons being that the cheesecake did not taste much cheese. Its softness is praised, I know. But it is a version of slight diluting down than the skill that was making the trick. The ingredients are fresh for sure. Since the place is tiny, if there are several people before you, you have to waite a while before served. A sincerely built bakery, lacking real stuff to impress me back.