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The City Bakery

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  • Sandwiches, Desserts, Bakeries, Cafes & Coffeehouses
  • 3 W 18th St, New York NY10011 40.738946 -73.992334
  • (Btwn 5th and 6th St)
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  • (212) 366-1414
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User Ratings (Based on 25 reviews)

Food 3.5 Value 2.4
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 366-1414
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm Sat: 9am-4pm Sun: 10am-4pm
Breakfast, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by Sanjaya on 07/27/2011

    Chocolate chip cookies are not good

    Went in for a chocolate chip cookie craving and left utterly disappointed. Greasy, too chewy, salty, and had a certain taste of fried food. Not sure where they keep the cookies before putting them on the counter, but surely close to the kitchen food prep area. Not recommended.

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by Jen on 03/28/2011

    Only rating the pretzel croissant

    This review only goes for the pretzel croissant, because that is all I grabbed to go. I actually went there to get a blueberry muffin, because I had heard they make one of the best in the city. They were out so I decided to go for the pretzel croissant because I had heard it was good. I am not a croissant person and wasn't expecting much but oh my god, it is so delicious!Get it. Now.

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by BellaNYC on 12/02/2010


    I've been frequenting City Bakery for years now. I agree with other reviewers that their food is WAY overpriced. It is good, but come on. I go there, as it's a place to relax, chat with friends, flip through a magazine, and not be rushed out of your seat. There are few things they could do to make me happier. One being, get some servers without the attitude...so unappealing! You're still just a server, people! Also, please, please, please, bring back the melted chocolate cookie. I can't for the life of me understand why it went away, and why it hasn't come back. It's literally been years now, so saying it was 'seasonal' which I was once told, does not ring true. I guess they get enough people in there, that they don't really care.

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/27/2010

    what's up w the forks?

    this place rocks. is it expensive? yes. does it taste really good? yes. it is a pleasure to eat there. my only complaint is the quality of their plastic forks. i'm paying $23 for a plate of food, i'd like a decent fork. really. pax has better forks. work it out, city bakery. it's in poor taste...and that's just not like you.

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by katie on 02/08/2010

    Good, but overpriced

    $9.00 for a muffin and a hot chocolate (the size of a small coffee) is a little too much for me. The muffin was very good, but it wasn't ground breaking. And the hot chocolate - I can see why some people would LOVE this hot choc, but it wasn't for me. It's just SOOOO chocolate-y! And very thick. It was too bitter for me. So I was a little disappointed. But, it's a really cool place to sit and have a snack and all the food looked delicious. And the people are very nice.

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by mary on 10/28/2009

    a huge favorite

    One of my NYC favorites, and go to spot whenever I am in town. The salad bar, although pricey, is beautiful and always full of really delicious and interesting things to choose from, well worth the price. The food here, to me, shows real passion for freshness and flavor. I don't know where else in town you can get the selection of lunch food they offer every day. I say bravo to whoever is behind the stoves there. I have not tried anything from the hot breakfast bar, so cannot comment on that. I am a pretzel croissant fan too!

  • The City Bakery

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2009

    Stick to the Baked Goods

    City Bakery's resting on their laurels and the bygone days of cameos on Sex and the City. Went for breakfast and made the error of thinking they could handle hot breakfast. The hardened french toast was so cloyingly sweet and tasted as if it had been sitting out all morning. If you're going to serve something that hard, at least provide metal flatware. While the pretzel croissant was everything its reputaton says, the rest was subpar and the place needs to focus on their hot breakfast, if they offer it.

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