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Poseidon Greek Bakery
Posted by Phylo on 01/03/2015
The bakery has good pies and a lot of star recognition but the pies are way to0 small for the price. The fact that they are stored in a cooler isn't a good sign of the turn around rate. For fresher, better pies and prices head to Astoria.
Posted by i love greek food on 04/24/2014
The spanakopita is a must have!! I recommend the finikia as well.
Posted by Scott on 08/31/2011
I have been patronizing Poseidon since moving to the neighborhood in 1989. It is my go to place for a quick bite or catering an impromptu cocktail party. Their booth at the annual food fair on 9th Avenue is always the one I gravitate to even though there are dozens of others to choose from and I live on the block. Its so nice to see a family owned/run business thrive on 9th avenue after so many have closed in recent years.
Posted by elyse on 09/18/2009
This place has been here forever...I remember my father coming home from work with a box of pastry from Poseidon. Anyway, I still love their kourambieles and their spanakopita. I remember them from when I was growing up and they do taste the homemade that they are. Keep it up!
Posted by Catseye on 02/11/2009
Poseidon has raised its prices steadily over the years. At the same time, product quality has declined, and portion sizes have diminished. Poseidon is no longer of much interest, nor does it represent good value. The fact that phyllo dough is made on the premises is no more relevant today than homemade puff pastry. Poseidon also has attitude issues. The owners are the stars of their own show; customer service is perfunctory, at best. You cannot acquire homemade phyllo dough anywhere else, but you can certainly acquire more interesting food and better value in any number of competing establishments.
Posted by agi on 12/24/2008
Very disappointed with the quality especially for xmas Greek deserts. They taste nothing like the real ones. If you are looking for melomakarona don’t go to that place. There is not even an hint of honey in the syrup, just water and sugar.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2008
If you've missed tasty Greek desserts made by your mom, yiayia or thea, this is the place to go. From the popular baklava to the "real" melomakarouna they have it all.