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La Tropezienne Bakery
Posted by Anonymous on 11/07/2013
Grew up in the neighborhood, left the neighborhood and moved back to the neighborhood. This bakery has been around forever and they have the best croissants and baguettes. My only gripe is they always run out of cinnamon croissants and they are my fav, just make more people!
Posted by anonymous on 11/08/2010
Thank god I have this place nearby! Great baguettes and croissants! Just like in Paris but w/out the attitude.
Posted by Ken Pond on 10/24/2010
We are sooo happy to have a great bakery within walking distance. As newcomers to the neighborhood this was a gem of a find. Coffee pasteries and breads are always fresh and the service no nonsense and quick. Hope they do very well as we will be long time customers. The Pond Family
Posted by Nadia on 12/13/2009
ive only been there once but i'm sure i'll be going here for as long as i'm around the neighborhood. the prices were great and i wish i had tried some of the baked goods but i was eyeing a fruit tart that someone else quickly snatched up, and then a few minutes later before they had even left with the fruit tart someone was asking if they had more (which they didn't) ny needs more places like these. we had two turkey sandwiches which were delicious, and really liked their choice of drinks. the strawberry parfait was heavenly. definitely will come back for more, the guy serving was really nice.
Posted by Frances on 10/31/2009
I do not usually like Napoleon's but I had one today from here, (it was brought for me by my coworker) and It was so good that I actually scraped the little doilie for more custard. The presentation was great as well as the packaging. I made me look this place up online and to my surprise so many other people are already raving about it....Yum!
Posted by 108 Guy on 03/11/2009
Is is fair to give a place a bad rating just to keep it all to yourself? Perhaps that's how Standard & Poor's, or Moody's operate ethically, so I suppose I'll have to be truthful. La Tropezienne is a true oasis in this neighborhood, and has made our transition from the Upper East Side (where good food is plentiful) to East Harlem more pleasant. Truth be told, I don't often eat the pastries, but rather the salads and sandwiches there. We have bought a fruit tart pie to bring as a gift, which was delicious. You can easily walk by it on the street without even realizing it's there. How they remain so popular and busy without proper signage is a testament to thier great food and loyal customer base.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/22/2008
the food is very good the service is the best i can be in and out so quickly and still be able to enjoy the wonderful attention that is given by the people that work their i have no words that explain , how good everything is , and this place is always well kept, no doubt , i myself have seen them come to my table and clean it so i sit at a clean table when i eat. pastries , danish , croi, and bread always taste and look FRESH.