Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by anonymous on 2012-06-14
Both jam and custard bombolini's were extremely soft and fresh yet they were a bit small for the price and overrated. What I enjoyed is this "shaped-like-a-muffin-top" round cake (don't remember the name of it) which tasted similar to a flourless chocola
Posted by Lh on 2011-02-10
Don't buy those boxed Italian pannetoni at Christmas, buy a few at the Sullivan St Bakery. Use one for breakfast bread pudding, one for dessert and one just for yourself, it is that good
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-14
This is the only place to get bread in the city. Everything here is amazing.
Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 2007-02-12
The best raisin walnut and olive rolls. Their pizza is delicious too especially the pizza bianca. It is a cross between a foccacia and pizza. Also their little pastries are worth buying too. It's as if I walked into an Italian bakery..it is that good.
Posted by leonard on 2006-12-06
Just onto my fourth slice of a loaf of the Pane Pugliese. If the husband doesn't get back soon there will be none left!
The bread you buy here is on par with the bread you buy in Italy - simple and delicious.
Bypass all other loaves, this is where the
Posted by FG on 2006-06-30
Sullivan has the best bread in NY. No question, no debate. Jim Lahy makes a product that you are lucky if it makes it home. The pizza is room temperature, but rivals any you can find. From the plain to the seasonal...all are great. They even have a p
Posted by FoodieBoy on 2006-06-26
Sullivan St. is a great place to get AMAZING bread,
"focaccia's, " sweeets, etc. wether for a snack, for dinner, or for a dinner party. The pizza bianca (rosemary and salt), peccorino (cheese), and pomodoro (tomato sauce) aren't pizzas, so don't be mad